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However, being both "old school" and loathe to admit that his nephew held the real power, Junior refused.
Many elves and goblins fear and loathe them for no apparent reason, since pixies are absolutely harmless (at least, to a human).
After her rebirth, he was loathe to make the same
aristocrats in general, were loath to see one person pre-eminent, and such maneuvers were commonplace.
The richer nobles who controlled the Senate were usually loath to increase and levy taxes upon themselves, which meant that Poland herself very rarely declared wars.
Grey Seers loath to summon them as they are more powerful and cunning then any living skaven and their lust for power is legendary
There is some shooting, although Cargunka is loath to kill anyone, and the partners in crime eventually lose their pursuers and split the proceeds.
The king answered, 'He would be loath to take his life, for he had not another subject like him!'.
She was noted for a quick and witty personality, but was said to be shy off stage and easily embarrassed, and in her latter years was loath to discuss her early life.
Thus, AM stations were loath to put unique programming on their FM stations, because of the saturation
of AM-only receivers in the marketplace.
These denials were understandable, mainly given that homosexual acts were illegal during most of his career, and also given his following among female admirers which he was loath to jeopardise.
Only he knows how deep his schemes run and, while he claims his main desire is to eliminate the Scarran threat, protagonist John Crichton is loath to ever trust him.
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