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We have nice houses, well paid jobs and friends who can talk the back legs off a donkey when it comes to the world's ails, whilst missing the point that we are that very same community of people we fractiously waggle our finger at.
42) Play leads the way often transgressively, suspiciously, fractiously, duplicitiously, and imaginatively.
Finally, ``Arrested Development'' returns for its second season with Michael (Jason Bateman), the lone voice of reason in the fractiously greedy Bluth clan, finding that extricating himself from his family is far more difficult than he imagined.
As for the orchestra, there is a long history of orchestras in general behaving fractiously.
However, that massive "Christian majority" as the Christian right likes to call it, is--and always has been--deeply and fractiously divided.