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The National Gallery of Art postponed the exhibition for fear that museumgoers might be offended, and then the pandemic forced the gallery to close anyway.
What offends me the most is that my fiancee has a tendency to negotiate after she apologizes.
MISS MANNERS: POKY EATER KEEPS FAMILY STUCK AT THE TABLEJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
To have accuracy calculated in the absence of my lived experience not only offends me, but also puts me in real danger.
However, OSC gives any offending agency — in this case, UASGM — 60 days to conduct its own probe and respond to the complaints.
The politician sent the offending tweet featuring lyrics from the 2002 smash directly to Lil Jon.
“This is satisfactory,” said Wardle, hardly knowing whether to smile or be offended.
When in the car if you find the exertion of talking painful, say so frankly; your escort cannot be offended.
All these persons shall be sacri: they have offended against the gods and the gods will see to their punishment.
He has a right to be offended, if, after telling him what you wish for, he returns to find you already supplied.
"I thought perhaps you would have liked it named after your brother," she said, very much offended on the baby's account.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD

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