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“Spite is not a reason not to vote for someone and also folks should not get the mind set that butts should be kissed for their votes (in reference to those Hillary supporters who feel they won't vote for Obama because they feel bloggers haven't been nice enough to them).”
“Spite is your republican emotion, keep it on your side of the aisle. amila”
“Additional games in this group include the proprietary games Flinch and Skip-Bo, descendants of a game called Spite and Malice.”
“So I tried putting one into our own Kiltartan dialect, The Doctor in Spite of Himself, and it went very well.”
“One night, we play a card game called Spite and Malice.”
“London, June 11: 'X Factor' guest judge Geri Halliwell was so mean to the auditionees for the show that she ended up being booed by crowds and dubbed a Spite”
“Spite" is a stronger expression than "malgraux"; it means in defiance of all opposition, despite, as "Li faris tion, spite la malpermeso", He did that, in spite of being forbidden.”
“His neighbors had a habit of alluding to him as "Old Spite"; and the name seemed to fit him so completely that he was known far and near as "Spite" Calderwood.”
“Well, if you'll carry the message for me, I won't climb 'Spite' hill this morning.”
“And, if thee pleases, it is no longer 'Spite' but 'Charity House.”
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