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Iran will remain a regional menace with broader malign influence activities, and North Korea will be a disruptive player on the regional and world stages.
It’s a much-maligned practice in these privacy-conscious times because the subject of the fingerprint doesn’t always know it exists.
At worst, these assumptions may make athletes, coaches and fans more comfortable openly maligning LGBTQ people.
Once-maligned reserve goalie Michael Hutchinson has been the sixth-best backup in hockey this year by GAR,11 after being reacquired by Toronto via free agency in October.
THE DEALS THAT HAVE SHAPED THE NHL SEASON (SO FAR)NEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)MARCH 12, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
It was very personal and that’s why when people want to malign your character and say that you’ve lied and these horrible things … charges they make against people behind the podium — me — they made these charges.
Some evil influence, some malign destiny, seems ever to have brought disaster where her people looked for progress or happiness.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
Mankind's malevolence may makeMuch melancholy musing mine; Many my motives may mistake,My modest merits much malign.
Ignorant, superstitious, worked upon by things as they seemed, the outlaw imagined himself at last beset by malign forces.
At last there came an interval in which the malign influence of our invisible enemy seemed as if withheld.
Did that reverend Basket-bearer intend, by such designation, to shadow forth my future destiny, or his own present malign humor?
SARTOR RESARTUSTHOMAS CARLYLE

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