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  • Insolence is rampant in parts of the world … in neighborhoods, under old houses, in the green and fallow fields, among the radical few, under bridges, inside sacred places, over mountains and hills, above the plains, in black dirt, and sometimes across our warm hearths.

    GoodFather's Notes

  • What Insolence is this? do you not hear me, you — Sots — whom

    The Roundheads: or, The Good Old Cause

  • Insolence is this, to ask me Questions which every Child that lisps out words can answer.

    The Roundheads: or, The Good Old Cause

  • Some one instantly took up the cudgels in a pamphlet entitled Insolence and Impudence Triumphant, and the famous Dr. Owen also protested in Truth and Innocence Vindicated.

    Andrew Marvell

  • "Insolence," Soong complained to Hassan afterward.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • "Insolence," blared the daily Vatan, and Cumhuriyet proclaimed, "Ties with Israel are breaking down."

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • As I did blog-battle at "Insolence" (people rarely talk back to the great Orac), I was actually grateful for the "training" I got in the Greensboro Blogoshere.

    Dr.J's HouseCalls

  • And I do encourage you to visit Respectful Insolence blog to see some excellent homeopathy videos – some will make you laugh, others will make you cry.

    Happy WHAW! « Biodork

  • Insolence and the well-slammed door may also feature in their expressions of frustration and anger, leaving more than a few moms and dads to wonder: Is this my happy home?

    Darryl Sollerh: The Dancing Parent: Navigating Homework Hell, Part 2

  • A judge orders that she be branded with the letter I for Insolence.

    2008 December 05 « One-Minute Book Reviews

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