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  • s  offensively discourteous

  • San Francisco's little corps of women welders, fresh out of trade school and champing for work, put unchivalrous Local 6 of the Boiler Makers, Iron Shipbuilders Helpers Union.
  • The reader's gorge had risen over an unchivalrous evaluation of the film actress in Ricketts' column "On the Town": "There are gals in Hollywood who have more sex appeal in their .
  • Even as a Socialist and disillusioned survivor of the first World War's unchivalrous slaughter, Mosley never lost his dash.

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