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  • n  meanspirited cowardice

  • A striking example of the prevailing cravenness was Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia, who has authored end-of-life counseling provisions and told the Washington Post that comparing .
  • What keeps you going is stubbornness and righteous anger: at ugly buildings, suvs, background music, the eminence of nonentities, at cravenness and cruelty in general and the .
  • Tom Kneebone makes of the Dauphin a mixture of skittish cravenness and caustic venom, while William Needles' inquisitor is magisterially forbidding.

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