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an abject coward

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lacking even the rudiments of courage

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Yet the American choreographer doesn't treat his classic sources cravenly.
There are few more cravenly disloyal spectacles in US military history than this bemedaled American general prostrating himself for the Zionist lobby.
But this very act of appropriation also displaces Whitman--and, eventually, the agency of the lyric "I" altogether--at precisely the moment at which Stoddard embraces him so cravenly.
Not all his compatriots cravenly ignored the artistic loss amid the political upheaval.
Congress cravenly abandoned this right during thebuildup to the Iraq War that was fuelled by the Bush administration's shameless lies andwar-mongering by the US media.
The Congress members are so cravenly attached to the dynasty that they know their place when any of its members steps in.
Did the WJEC similarly object or merely cravenly follow the English example?
While colonialism--and its neo-colonial successors--looms large indeed in identifying and underwriting the "dilemmas" challenging Makerere University, it is that other nefarious success story of "neo-liberalism" that is writ just as brazenly and every bit as cravenly across the screeds and scrolls of academic endeavor internationally.
Another is that the Security Council has cravenly allowed it to do so.
Never mind the weasely words of the MPs who cravenly went along with plan, voting for the closures in parliament while wringing their hands in their constituencies.
The next day, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama both cravenly declined to disagree with Pace when reporters asked the senators whether homosexuality is wrong.
10) Thus, when he represents his conditions of production in Hamlet, he has the naughty "fellow" who speaks the Prologue to The Mousetrap insist not only on the collective ownership of the play, but on the cravenly contorted "stooping" required to perform it on demand: "For us and for our tragedy, / Thus stooping to your clemency / We beg your hearing patiently" (3.
The candidate, apparently once fazed by the Minuteman group's vigilantism, said he had undergone a conversion and cravenly apologized for his past skepticism; Mr.
Yet did he cravenly betray Democrats by garnering favor with the George W.
Indeed, any Irish nationalism that would cravenly seek to mimic the imperial name of the father in an effort to guarantee itself a myth of pure descent simply closes itself off from the threat of the challenging 'maternal Irish nationalism' that Breakfast on Pluto so brazenly risks.