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  • OpEdNews - Page 3 of Article: Short Story: "Insinuation"

    Short Story: "Insinuation"

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    Short Story: "Insinuation"

  • Short Story: "Insinuation" yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Short Story: "Insinuation"'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: With the Republican Party tearing itself apart over whether people are conservative enough or religious enough, it\'s only a matter of time before some GOP PR genius decides to tie piety and patriotism into a neat little knot, and then try to hang the rest of us with it.

    Short Story: "Insinuation"

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    Short Story: "Insinuation"

  • OpEdNews - Page 2 of Article: Short Story: "Insinuation"

    Short Story: "Insinuation"

  • Next to this sort of Insinuation, which is called in all Places (from its taking its

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

  • Insinuation and hyperbole seem to be part and parcel of today's campaigning.

    Anna Burger: The New York Times Gets It Wrong on Edwards' Work On Poverty

  • Insinuation and intimidation were standard police methods, the attorney assured her.

    The crush

  • Insinuation to your Disadvantage, which I will inform you off, as soon as you have unravelled Your Enigma.

    Letter from John Adams to Abigail Smith, 17 April 1764

  • I am confident therefore, that every Assertion and Insinuation and Suspicion against him, of Infidelity to the United States or to their Engagements with his Majesty are

    John Adams diary 47, 13 February 1778 - 26 April 1779

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