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  • What followed — as Leslie Brody outlines in "Irrepressible," the first biography of this particular Mitford — was an existence filled with the clich é s of an Internationale - set life.

    Biography

  • Irrepressible is the best term I can come up with.

    Dream A Little Dream

  • Irrepressible is the best term I can come up with.

    November 2006

  • More timeline than analysis, "Irrepressible" is comprehensive yet rushed.

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  • "Irrepressible" begins with the rogue Mitford at age 12 opening her own bank account, the necessary groundwork for escape.

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  • Reminds me of “The Irrepressible Myth of Marbury”, though I believe that argues that all officials who have sworn to uphold the Constitution must refuse to treat unconstitutional laws as law atall.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “A Sickly Brood of Judicial Fancies”

  • "Irrepressible Bailey Ruth's sophomore entry is a lighthearted tale, with the murders upstaged by the joys of the Christmas season."

    Merry, Merry Ghost by Carolyn Hart: Book summary

  • He tells more about his work in Born to Bark: My Adventures with an Irrepressible and Unforgettable Dog, out in paperback Aug. 16.

    Research dog reveals canines' cognitive potential

  • Reminds me of “The Irrepressible Myth of Marbury”, though I believe that argues that all officials who have sworn to uphold the Constitution must refuse to treat unconstitutional laws as law atall.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “A Sickly Brood of Judicial Fancies”

  • Irrepressible himself, he would reprimand Mom in an admiring way for being a fuddy-duddy.

    Beard

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