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1. Her increasing belligerence alienated her from her old friends.
2. He could be accused of passion, but never belligerence.
3. But at the moment, he could feel belligerence rising.
4. Pyongyang's belligerence provides an opportunity to fundamentally attract Beijing to the allies'position.
5. Skilling's arrogance(Sentencedict.com ), belligerence and lack of contriteness under questioning made him a lightning rod for the rage generated after Enron sought bankruptcy protection in 2001.
6. His reputation for savagery and belligerence is nothing but a myth.
7. Belligerence and identity are basic attributes and relations of the WTO system.
8. The Thatcher revolution reasserted the wartime values of belligerence, stoicism, chauvinism and repression.
9. These verbs all refer to allaying another's anger, belligerence , discontent, or agitation . To.
10. But there was fear there, shrouded by some with belligerence, hidden by others with courtesy.
11. A single incident suggests a great deal about Hennepinhis prudery, his belligerence, his sensitivity.
12. For now, however, there isn't any particular mood of belligerence in Dalian, where the former Varyag sits dockside within view of an Ikea store and the site of a new Sam's Club.
13. Again, we turn to the past f firmness, but no belligerence, and by no belligerence.
14. These policies are, in turn, aggravating hostilities and allowing the Bush administration to justify its belligerence.
15. Japan's troubles with its neighbours are still vexed by past belligerence.
16. That does not mean that you should speak in rudeness or belligerence.
17. It had little to do during the period of American belligerence 1917 - 18 .
18. I do not say this in any spirit of bravado or belligerence.
19. Yet his masochistic insistence on putting his work at the service of the class struggle also accounts for the forced belligerence and brutalism of that essay.
20. As he worked his way from ethos and logos to the pathos of peroration, he bade us think of the connection between deprivation and belligerence, and to do something about it.
21. Compare to life in, the matter usually met an antinomy, usually heart belligerence.
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