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  • r  in a damp manner

  • Here's a moistly liberal request: Can we have a moment of pity for moralizers who fall? Hypocrisy is among the most universal and well-studied of psychological phenomena, and the .
  • They catch it usually from infected children breathing moistly in their faces.
  • That may sound moistly idealistic as open combat rages in Iraq, but the conventions do have consequences: in recent years Rwandan and Yugoslav leaders have been imprisoned for .

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