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Consequently, Rickey had a relatively unhostile environment to which he could send Robinson for his first year in organized white baseball.
Abortion, of course, is one of these issues, and wouldn't it be a case for rejoicing if all Americans of every stripe, candidates and voters alike, could engage in unhostile dialogue to find enlightened solutions to this thorny problem rather than falling back on push-button answers?
they expire Indignant, by unhostile Wounds destroy'd.