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“‘Intellectual’ has a completely different meaning in English, usually meaning someone who has a more esoteric way of thinking, rather than the well educated and well brought-up meaning it has in Poland.”
“People who come to events like that know better, behave properly and were doubtless well brought-up.”
“I simply cannot believe they were all badly brought-up and take a pleasure in offending, think name-calling, bullying and using foul language are acceptable, here or anywhere else.”
“It gets better, of the ones I brought-up 9/11 to, I'd say 90% agreed it was an inside job and the other 10% at least agreed we never got the real story.”
“Now my son is absolutely, feverishly gun-crazy (as all properly brought-up boys should be) but my initial reaction was to say no, junior, you've got a few years yet.”
“No longer am I constrained by the culture that I was born and brought-up in.”
“And I, who in my youth always felt that St Therese was a figure who seemed unappealing nicely brought-up,keen to be an enclosed nun, ill,died young suddenly found I had a different attitude, and was certainly committed to joining in with the whole event.”
“To assign it this function is neither to say nor to imply that spirit cannot, in the case of a corrupt and de-natured soul, turn against reason, even if well brought-up individuals like Glaucon are not familiar with such corruption either in their own case or in the case of others (440b).”
“That was because they used black infantry troops such as their Unita proxy and SWATF (in Namibia) as cannon fodder while the white troops brought-up the rear from the safety of armoured vehicles and tanks.”
“The gist of her confessions was that she did not care a bit about one day marrying a well brought-up young man — most likely she would never marry.”
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