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- n. Plural form of lavishment.
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But Roman Catholic masses celebrated in Upper Rooms manage nakedly without such lavishments.
That's crock, because these collateral lavishments are bestowed as the DOE sword of Damocles looms and a school community, comprised mostly of children, tries to manage its feelings about having "failed."
The partiality of this pen is displayed in lavishments of praise on certain military characters, who had done nothing military, but who afterwards, & before he wrote, had become heroes in party, altho 'not in war; and in his reserve on the merits of others, who rendered signal services indeed, but did not earn his praise by apostatising in peace from the republican principles for which they had fought in war.
As I wrote at the beginning of this article, this endless largesse, these lavishments from
As I wrote at the beginning of this article, this endless largesse, these lavishments from Infidels to Muslims take place, and keep being renewed without a squawk -- as when, the other day, Barack Obama simply told Mahmoud Abbas that the Slow Jihadists of Fatah would be getting another $400 million from the American government.