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  • r  in manner that attracts attention
    obstreperously, he demanded to get service

  • Having obstreperously demanded more integration and better schools in boycotts and demonstrations over the past year, responsible Negroes are now mostly satisfied with quiet but .
  • Always in the art world, as in a madhouse, there are bad painters who obstreperously claim to be prophets.
  • It might not top Tarzan of the Apes, but as a Child's Garden of Gibbon it obstreperously fills the bill.

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