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And in the most disturbing instance of inflexible overreach, a child injured on the playground who complained to a teacher was told he must speak English, too.
Hardiman's History of Galway Chapter 4; Charter of Richard III; Remarkable instance of inflexible justice;
The History of the Town and County of; the reader will find it forcibly displayed in an appalling instance of inflexible virtue which occurred about...
In the instance of inflexible dates a different car may be offered to the prize-winner. There is no financial alternative to the above prize.