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“But what Obama has been missing has been an independent, obstreporous citizens 'movement demanding fundamental reform.”
“Funny enough, this tends to come out when members of the critical elite are obstreporous and opinionated about the works of members of the commercial elite particularly favoured by the opponents of elitism.”
“The privileged status of a writer in the critical elite amounts to little more than a right to be obstreporous and opinionated in and of itself.”
“Everyone is INSISTENT on this weird idea that children just COMPLY, and that the problem lies with me (or whatever other parent is charged with the care of an obstreporous child) when the reality is that parenting is REALLY FUCKING HARD.”
“Often this involves blaming Taiwan for being "provocative," thus inviting the reader to subconsciously adopt the point of view that Taiwan is an obstreporous child in need of discipline, and deserves its fate.”
“Fisk was “large, florid, gross, talkative and obstreporous . . . a young butcher in appearance and mind.””
“Take the case of Poland, Czecho-Slovakia's obstreporous northern neighbour.”
“This gentle individual I've seen master set on an obstreporous ox and the savage brute without so much as a growl, would quickly leap at the animal's nose and fetch him over flat on his back, where he would bellow with rage and fright.”
“Here William's words were drowned, by most obstreporous laughter from his companions.”
“Why, this animal seems inclined to show me -- even if I did not know it of long habit," answered Mr. Harper, bestowing a little less of his attention on his wife, and more on the obstreporous pony, who, in regard to a certain turn of the road, had grown peculiarly wrong-headed.”
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