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“I think there is enough in Inexcusable (the title, the people who confront Keir at the end, including the girl) that I would argue that there is enough Proof within the text to reach the point.”
“• 'Inexcusable' delay on TSA body-scanner safety reports: The agency has yet to release radiation inspection reports for its X-ray equipment two months after lawmakers called for them to be made public.”
“The title of the book is "Inexcusable", and the cover art has a picture of a bra.”
“Inexcusable," said Innstetten, half in earnest and half joking.”
“Inexcusable," Murphy told reporters, standing by his locker after the game.”
“Inexcusable," Seattle coach Sigi Schmid said after Los Angeles handily dispatched Sounders”
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“CNN Exposes 'Inexcusable' Claim by IPCC on Himalayan”
“CNN Exposes 'Inexcusable' Claim by IPCC on Himalayan Glaciers”
“Screws Loose, Obama is 'Inexcusable' and All are Lying Scoundrels.”
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