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Ron and Russell, raised in Los Angeles, tell us that their parents loved bringing them to the movies, and had no compunction about walking in right in the middle.
You feel no compunction in removing them from the face of the Earth.
Salazar, as Win at All Costs reminds us, had no compunction about gaming therapeutic-use-exemption rules to get his runners on medication for the specific purpose of performance enhancement.
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Why should he have compunction—why think about it, when the hour of repayment was so near at hand?
And, after one swift glance at the first letter, Aristide had no compunction in reading.
And, therewith, a great tenderness and compunction in this man's heart, and a steady determination to put things right.
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Yet this conclusion of the intellect did not prevent the pain of pity and compunction, nor an inconsequent sense of guilt.
I felt in those moments that for every hair of her head I could have killed a man and felt no compunction afterwards.
I felt no compunction in doing so, for under the circumstances I felt that I should protect myself in every way I could.
DRACULABRAM STOKER
When it suited his strategy he made his enemy's fortune with as little compunction as he would have ruined him.

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