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  • (UNIP) was "prepostorous", State House spokesman Richard Sakala said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I find the suggestion prepostorous that it is acceptable to be vile, violent and fantasise in torture as long as you give a warning.

    Go! Now! Start!

  • I had weighed up in my mind whether to do a post about the prepostorous series of Celebrity Mastermind programmes on BBC over the Christmas break and why they were so bad.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • It's been a long time coming but more and more intelligent people are beginning to understand how prepostorous these beliefs are / were.

    billingsgazette.com

  • Mode financial mess (for now), and it allowed more development of Matt who, despite his adorkability, is a prepostorous character ( "my parents are super-rich and influential, but I'm just a jeans-and-cheeseburger regular Joe who likes banging every chick I meet but have found love with a frumpy secretary").

    AfterElton.com - Because visibility matters

  • Petition: It is a shame that these unruly elements are allowed to get away with such prepostorous behaviour.

    rediff.com

  • NO we haven’t, it’s prepostorous to assume we will stop nagging authors to show their work.

    Fixing the Facts to the Policy « Climate Audit

  • 1555: Blood to blood, selfe against selfe: O prepostorous

    Richard III (1623 First Folio Edition)

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