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It isn’t fair to ask groups offended by these symbols to wait even longer for change.
I would like to take back what I said, and apologize to those who were offended by my remarks.
That begins with its worst-offending units, the gas-fired plants known as “peakers,” turned on only to give the electric grid a boost on hot, or “peak,” days.
I feel like we’re in a climate where you don’t want to say things to offend people since we’ve not seen anything like this in our lifetime.
“I thought it was a lot and I thought it was unnecessary, but I think it’s important that I keep my opinions to myself because it’s not going to be pleasant,” she said, indicating that she was personally offended by Adefeso’s actions.
I am also personally offended that Baggott gives short shrift to superdeterminism.
Without the videos, these offenders would have been free to offend again.
Gulf nations have repeatedly been accused of using Pegasus to target political opposition, resulting later in trumped-up charges for offending royal families or the like.
You need not fear to offend by refusing to take wine with a gentleman, even your host.
Francoeur was afraid of nothing, but he was old; his heart like his head was polished by age, and he disliked to offend people.
HONEY-BEEANATOLE FRANCE

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