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  • n  a flabby softness

  • It turned out that the decadence and the flabbiness were just summer wear, thrown off immediately in the rescue at the World Trade Center, the heroism of the passengers on Flight .
  • He is also bent on redressing what he sees as the military flabbiness of an earlier President sorry, Emperor: "You must also let them know they must forget the weakness of my .
  • Images do have a way of pushing out ideas on television, but that is no excuse for the intellectual flabbiness of Television.

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