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abject pusillanimity

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Former diplomat Boris Stefanovski says that the poltroonery has become a significant moral characteristic of home politicians.
The great imams of Islam, however, are not so foolish as to regard such ecclesiastical poltroonery as representative of the Christianity they have been attempting to destroy these past 1,400 years.
Constitutional history is normally reckoned as a field too dry and too dusty to be irrigated by compassion, imagination, and wit; but Sammy Finer, one of life's originals, puts this poltroonery to flight by providing posterity with a vast map of the machinations that governed the past.
I am talking about poltroonery, which is manifested by the structures of this party towards their leader," says Sinani.