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Do I appear caviling in noting that in these two undertakings, as in other practice standard projects, claims payers have been more spectators than participants?
The debate at the committee was bedeviled by politically motivated caviling and attacks against ministers and legislators who failed to pay premiums.
Language is a key concern in the discussion, with Moats emphasizing how much legislative caviling surrounded the phrase "civil union" and its relation to "marriage.