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She said she found the use of the word “recruit” to describe her locating and hiring of masseuses “repulsive,” insisting her work for Epstein was no different than her efforts to secure gardeners, pool attendants and chauffeurs.
GHISLAINE MAXWELL DEPOSITION PORTRAYS HER AS COMBATIVE, LOYAL DEFENDER OF SEX OFFENDER EPSTEINROSALIND HELDERMAN, SHAYNA JACOBS, BETH REINHARD, DEVLIN BARRETTOCTOBER 22, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In the most highly praised measurement yet, reported in Nature in July, Steinberg’s group in Toronto used what’s called the Larmor clock method to gauge how long rubidium atoms took to tunnel through a repulsive laser field.
A dish of toads of the largest and most repulsive variety used to be offered one by one to the big man's relatives and guests.
This lady was forty years of age, insufferably proud of her pedigree, and in her manners stiff and repulsive.
He thought it very likely, and he wanted to see them—but movement was repulsive to his bulging body.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
Unwashed, unshorn, in the loss almost of the aspect of humanity, they became repulsive to each other.
It is not easy to imagine anything more disgusting and repulsive than these priests.
Sometimes, especially in Phoenicia, human beings were offered in sacrifice, the most repulsive peculiarity of polytheism.
His features, though not decidedly vulgar, bore the most repulsive expression of brutal severity which I ever beheld!
The sight of these amethystine tips affected Eric strangely, much as though he had looked at something hideously repulsive.
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