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  • n  the quality of being ill-advised

  • Herold, Sandra inadvisability of keeping 200-pound chimp as house pet is vividly demonstrated to, though, astonishingly, given the horror of the scene, still not vividly enough .
  • Boot quotes the Wall Street Journal editorial board--which stands somewhere to the right of Hoover--on the inadvisability of spending money on things like rail transport (essential .
  • The inadvisability of his return is made quite evident at the beginning when his wife, a delicate hot-house beauty, dies during the ocean crossing.

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