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  • adj. nepotistic


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  • It was the last eminent exhibition of that policy, the last and the most brilliant display of nepotistical ambition in a

    Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2 The Catholic Reaction

  • He's just moaning and whining because he just got outed for nepotistical mischief, which could potentially cost him big.

    All Stories | The New York Observer

  • Question 38: Pippa Storm Dorries, the eldest [certainly known] nepotistical employee of the Mum-P, currently in Australia but still nominally holding her place on the to be frozen family of Mum-Ps taxpayers 'payroll [unpaid leave], did her GCSEs at Alderley Edge School for Girls as I recall.

    Labour of Love


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