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I'm sure the religious right squirms with pleasure at Rudy's belligerencies, especially when the Republicans "debate" how best to atomize Iran.
He accepted Olbermann's curtsies with tacit grace and O'Reilly's belligerencies with amused forebearance.
Help us understand that the roots of today's genocidal belligerencies go way back to a history of nefarious foreign policy.
But his belligerencies were not at all militaristic.
He mended more rapidly than might have been expected, and soon began to feel the resurgence of those belligerencies which are proper to the nature of the healthy young male.
Having a knowledge of British-Muslim tensions, he would ask how these policemen could adhere to their creed's diktats, proscriptions, and belligerencies against non-believers, and at the same time uphold "freedom of expression and choice."
So, what I would propose is an opening section which briefly lists all the various major belligerencies that occurred since the war to end all wars, i.e. WWI & the failed Treaty of Versailles.
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