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Loach 1999, p. 87 By that autumn, plans were afoot
to eject Somerset as Protector.
When they arrive in Lepzig, they see that there is a movement afoot
to link Luther with Jan Hus in order to brand him as a heretic
g slowly from that point with a mine
featuring Anna Magnani and telling the story of a prostitute and her son, was an affront to the morality of those times.
Clandestine efforts to moderate their society did however continue, and after the Affront's warlike actions in Excession, the Culture start
ed more dire
ct steps in limiting their expansion and behaviour.
This was reason enough for the queen's party to openly challenge Fulk, as Fulk's unfounded assertions of infidel
ity was a public affront that would damage Melisende's position entirely.
It was an affront to the Allies, who had repeatedly warned Switzerland about the gold purches, as well as to its own advisors and the Swill jurists whom it had consulted.
Francisco has been planning revenge for this affront ever since.
king Cymru grimly aids him, considering Blodwen's betrayal an affront to his honour.
Although Yeong-ha later finds out, he refuses to correct the error and instead emphasizes it when he realizes that it enrages Hikaru, who takes it as a dire
ct affront to Sai.
Williams, 55 56, 62. However, Diocletian would not long put up with such an affront to his dignity.
His change of style was viewed as an affront to the then avant-garde establishment, and though he continued to receive commissions from various Polish agencies, by the mid 1970s Górecki had ceased to be a composer that mattered.
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