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  • But because Singleton himself is African-American, and he sugarcoats hisracist stereotypes about black peopleby couplingthem with ideologically trendy attacks on white people (whomhe depicts as “impersonal” and “racist”), liberal school superintendents eat it up.

    Diversity Trainer Vs. Steve Sailer

  • He has, therefore, provoked the ire of those whomhe left some years ago following his disillusionment.

    The Islamist: A view deep down

  • In this sanctuary McClellan could write his long, chatty letters and talk things over with his friend Fitz-John Porter, ahandsome officer who had been a year ahead of him at West Point, and who was the only one among his senior commanders whomhe met on a footing of easy familiarity.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • That was the kind of action he would have expected from a wingmate in Earth Command, not a man whomhe had shown nothing but hostility and disdain.

    Starfleet Year One

  • First: His under-agents, his instruments or builders whomhe employs, have their diligence so much the more quickened.

    The Whole Works of the Rev. John Howe, M.A. with a Memoir of the Author. Vol. VI.

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