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Carl Rollyson, Rebecca West: A Life, p. 25 The impressionable Rebecca learned early on just how powerful was the will to persecute minorities and to subject individuals to unreasonable suspicion based on flimsy evidence and mass frenzy.

Leaders of the protest inside the square, where some
and flighty, at first only looking to satisfy a cheap thrill.

On the rebound from Rita, Ed dated shallow, flighty socialite Vanessa Chamberlain for a few months in 1981 and into early 1982, but the relationship eventually ended.

Her interpretation of the young wife just a shade this side of delirium tremens--the flighty dancing around the room, her weakness of character and moments of anxiety and her charm when she was sober--was a superlative accomplishment.

The Fantastically flighty Gray Goose Cyclogyro Diagram of the cyclogyro design from the company stationery.

While the female lead costars in the involved movies usually played roles of good-natured or pious women, Shashikala usually played flighty women who pouted and plotted the downfall of others.

The consumer is more flighty and promiscuous in their media behaviours and brand loyalties.

And he's flighty, and has two wings on which he vanishes: it's a tricky job to pin him down.

For lone gun-slinger read flighty hip-swinger.

But, however efficacious these events were in drawing out the passive control of a celebrated Danish social democracy it is perhaps a little flighty of the 1'IS to suggest of the Randers Incident that "the SI's practice showed its excellence" therein.

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