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The report detailed systematic leadership failures that produced a permissive environment for sexual harassment and assault at the sprawling Texas army post.
Campbell’s permissive approach to short-term rentals will harm San Diego’s working residents.
One agency executive said they expect YouTube will limit the new channels’ inventory to its most permissive brand-safety tier.
The permissive environment also helped create favourable conditions for the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
She smiled with large permissiveness on the young aspirant, who appeared not to understand her.
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The "permissiveness" or indifference of the ruler of the universe grows amazingly.

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