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115) A dispositive rule amounting to "commercial speech is not First Amendment speech", is not consistent with the holding in Fox--no amount of distinguishing past cases, or tergiversating about the rule, would make that judgment possible.
58-60) when he decides to invade that country, suddenly persuaded by the tergiversating Count of Artois that he now has a valid claim to the French throne (1.
He wrote to Glover in May 1933 that he mistrusted Curnow, that 'loose-thinking tergiversating snooping sex-mad bastard with his bloodshot ego-centric eye on the editorial chair which he couldn't fill & won't if I print Phoenia'.