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And, in a galling irony, those who should be most concerned about those implications are the very people this worldview purports to protect.
Because of her long-standing commitment to her workout regimen and strong play inside, the weight room disparity was particularly galling.
The revelations were especially galling given how Cuomo had boasted about his handling of the pandemic while New Yorkers were still in its throes.
It’s great to see progress in the right direction, but it’s galling for anyone who falls outside of this and is still being actively discriminated against.
Prejudices always seem to ebb with a galling sluggishness, but an old one about Polynesian-American football players just keeps on rushing from dead to deader.
The galling part of it was that Aunt Linda knew, and was chuckling, so to speak, over my discomfiture.
As the British line advanced slowly and in exact order, the guides opened a galling fire.
THE SPYJ. FENIMORE COOPER
Galling though the Irish laws were, they never went so far as to make the mere holding of heretical opinions criminal.
Yet it was infinitely galling to be hidden away in this manner.
Sometimes the thought seemed pleasant, then again it would be galling in the extreme.
A CALIFORNIA GIRLEDWARD ELDRIDGE

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