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  • a  not penitent or remorseful
  • s  impervious to moral persuasion

  • Serving time in style With impenitent nostalgia for their heyday, the prisoners still address one another by their former titles, such as "President" and.
  • Theroux's strength as a writer and a traveler has always come from his readiness to say and do what few of us would admit to, and it's a safe bet that these gleefully impenitent .
  • His father, still impenitent, but quite alarmed, made Holy Roller Dotson explain that even fasting can be overdone.

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