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The dominant power, both on Earth and in space, is the Third French empire, which escaped the nuclear war relatively unscathed by abandoning its NATO allies at the start of the war, giving it a head-start in the technology race.

Even though well-built structures are typically
the predatory nature of the cannibalistic ghouls, and their unsavory appetite for human flesh.

Menéndez theorizes that such unsavory aspects are glossed over in the way one glosses over someone's flaws when in love.

Generally the tasks assigned to the Bolverk are the most unsavory in terms of "normal" acceptance, i.e. having to kill a rogue member.

He was a leading statesman of Florence but later gained an unsavory reputation and served time in prison due to the bankruptcy of a trading and banking company he worked for.

The Marsten House was the home of '30s gangster Hubert "Hubie" Marsten, a hitman who specialized in rather unsavory hits.

He is still best friends with Robin and Much proves that he will always support his leader, no matter how unsavory the mission.

The next year Dr. Meyer wrote to a John Hopkins doctor calling Joseph Thompson 'a clever, but unsavory psychoanalyst.' According to Helmut Goeckel's preface to the first paper in the series, unbridled interest of unsavory firms had caused Heim to cease from further developments of his propulsion theory.

The campaign both nationally and locally was hotly contested and brutal at times, with various unsavory charges flying back and forth between the two parties.

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