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I'm not referring to the shock jock's routine attacks on people different than him, which don't offend me as much as disappoint me by being so unendowed with cleverness.
The invective of Senator Bob Dole I could ascribe to the envy of a politician unendowed with limitless supplies of money, but the press criticism had about it an air of churlish ingratitude.
The latest version of the board makes a 486 computer about 100 times faster for number theory work than its numerically unendowed counterpart.
This "Great Unendowed, Unfurnished, Unentertained and Unentertaining Continent"