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Agamemnon, unwilling to undertake the invidious duty of deciding between the two competitors, referred the dispute to the decision of the Trojan prisoners, inquiring of them which of the two heroes had done most harm to the Trojans.

Sephy's father disowns her and gives her the invidious choice of
Bonaparte Blenkins is an inveterate liar and confidence trickster.

He writes: "If at some future date Enderby Land is found to form part of the Antarctic continent, Morrell's most inveterate champions will, perforce, have to throw up the sponge." Well, the reason I'm in this trade in the first place is that I'm an inveterate 'fixer-upper' of things.

An inveterate experimenter - as well as locavore - Broillet tossed out the idea of brewing a batch of saison, a wheat beer, using malt from Deer Creek Malthouse, out of Glen Mills, and then adding grapes from karamoor.

My father, an inveterate joker, kept shoving me between my shoulder blades, trying to make me stumble into her.

North korea says U.S. sanctions show America's "inveterate repugnancy and hostility toward" North korea.

Ri said the U.S. measures are a result of America's "inveterate animosity and hostile policy" aimed at toppling the communist system.

The first non-western state staggered in at No. 6. This was that chilly place of inveterate niceness, Minnesota.

The pay-off was that he conned enough newsrooms, talk show hosts and legions of the GOP's inveterate Obama bashers to chat up a Trump presidential candidacy.

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