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Where McDonagh uses the euphemistic obscenity 'feck' throughout, 'fuck's bespatter every other line of McPherson's male talk.
Their mockery of kith bespatters justice, hideous enormity inexpiable.
see also RICHARD KLUGER, SIMPLE JUSTICE 711 (2004) ("A unanimous opinion of the Court inspires a measure of respect and obedience that even a single dissent bespatters.