cowardliness


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the trait of lacking courage

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Secondly, unlike the previous local versions of the Jewish characters who presented characteristics such as greed, funny appearance, accent, and cowardliness, these Jews are coldblooded, self-confident, frightening characters who are capable of doing anything in the name of the state of Israel and her global interests.
to scare him or mock him for his supposed silliness and cowardliness.
I am amazed at the cowardliness of the writer in preferring to remain anonymous, but I can truly understand why, because had he made himself known, he would certainly have been crucified especially by the supporters of Only Men Aloud and Bryn Terfel - and in particular the hundreds of members of Clwb y Terfeliaid.
has been "a nation of cowards" in relationship to race, the cowardliness he refers to in his remarks appears to be wholly about speech.
Conversely, Clitophon identifies seduction with bravery, and inaction ('silence') with cowardliness ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
Students will see another example in history of the horrors of minority oppression and the cowardliness behind the purpose of creating a "deviant" class.
Guns and Western rationality in these films are equated with cowardliness, coded as ineffective tools and frameworks for taming the jiangshi's unruliness.
I allowed the birth of the monster that eventually destroyed the organization--not so much personal cowardliness as a political cowardliness.
He also called for a day of "fasting and repentance for our national servility and cowardliness on this Friday".
Miguel de Luna emphasizes the cowardliness of Rodrigo's actions, and states that the king "[.
Lang was not allowed to use any evidence of his charge of cowardliness against Mactier and hence the verdict of guilty against him.
39) But just as the Capitano type usually covers up his cowardliness with bravura, Andreini's Capitano Spavento may be said to exhibit a parallel linguistic bravura in which his supposed 'mastery' of languages doesn't hold true.
Cowardliness of brilliance, in a tight spot, who cares?
Sutton, who led the probe, said: "The fact Bellfield did not come to court shows the same cowardliness he has shown throughout.