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  • r  without grace; rigidly

  • At week's end, Rivera ungraciously exposed Siqueiros' attempt to supply him with an alibi.
  • After being ungraciously dumped as energy adviser (the third to be appointed), former Colorado Governor John Love said last week that he felt "battered and bruised.
  • Visiting the second of the closets first, the entourage drove to a predominantly black neighborhood in northern San Francisco, where ungraciously aging Victorian structures line .
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  • Fed chair fight raises crucial questions for Obama
    By Glenn Hubbard (Reuters) - The media circus over who will be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve is an unwelcome spectacle at a time when uncertainty over the outlook for U.S. output and jobs growth is high. While previous leadership transitions have brought forth speculation about candidates, the current "contest" is odd. President Obama, after ungraciously commenting on Chairman ...
    Aug. 5, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News

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