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  • Skilful politicians manipulate their citizens to feel both hatred and fear toward specific groups, and they do so to further their own aims.

    Rebecca Tinsley: Why We Must Risk Getting Upset

  • Social business, the golden rule, and open empathy organization from Skilful Minds

    Social Business, the Golden Rule, and Open Empathy Organization

  • Skilful politicians manipulate their citizens to feel both hatred and fear toward specific groups, and they do so to further their own aims.

    Rebecca Tinsley: Why We Must Risk Getting Upset

  • Skilful politicians manipulate their citizens to feel both hatred and fear toward specific groups, and they do so to further their own aims.

    Rebecca Tinsley: Why We Must Risk Getting Upset

  • Skilful politicians manipulate their citizens to feel both hatred and fear toward specific groups, and they do so to further their own aims.

    Rebecca Tinsley: Why We Must Risk Getting Upset

  • Skilful sappers used to make them by piercing large cartridges with a bodkin, and carrying the cartridge rapidly away so that the powder trickled out in a stream no thicker than a pencil lead, which they ran to the charge to be detonated-in the case of Bent's Fort, I gathered, several tons of high explosive, with a similar confection in the opposite tower, just for luck.

    Isabelle

  • Skilful expressive devices characterize many motets, particularly Congratulamini omnes and Si bona suscepimus.

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  • I congratulate you on our late Success, let us my friend enjoy this Victory, and tho a Skilful General has been meanly kidnapped let us not think the Fate of America hangs on the Prowess of a single person.

    History of American Women

  • Skilful questioning, ingenious insinuations, forcible threats, and seductive promises had proved powerless to overcome the dogged spirit of absolute denial which persistently animated, not merely the prisoner May, but also the Widow Chupin, her son Polyte, Toinon the Virtuous, and Madame Milner.

    Monsieur Lecoq

  • Skilful diplomacy - making the most of these assets - combined with a sophisticated calculation of its own interests, has rightly brought

    Australia s place in the international system and our relations with New Zealand

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