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Brann, Ross, 1990, The Compunctious Poet, Cultural Ambiguity and Hebrew Poetry in Muslim Spain Annapolis: John Hopkins U.
Too, another compunctious part of this year's salary survey is that one of the most important aspects of a nonprofit that make it richly unique in this modern world: the director of volunteers makes one third the salary of it's top officer.
One does not easily miss the sexually charged language in the description of Stransom's "plunges"; never mind his "rapture" and "bliss" at the end, when "the descent of Mary Antrim opened his spirit with a great compunctious throb for the descent of Acton Hague.