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Quandary Resolution 2291
procumbent, dubitation, censure, jobbery
Jim, Jr.’s censure ricocheted off this once exemplary son and student, currently faced off with the probation board – their expressions obdurate, his in flux with feigned incredulity, dubitation and remorse – tragically, as a morally procumbent teen without a single ethical root, collocating with his father’s footsteps and, unabashedly, fingerprints (Jim, Sr. the spoilsman for the union, long incarcerated for his jobbery with the mayor).
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