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"I'm still worried about inflaming it at some stage during the course of the four days.
The traditional and romantic notion that a liberal education is meant to enrich young hearts and minds, inflaming them with noble passions and infusing a lifelong love of beauty and learning, is effusively defended by the exuberant middle-aged general studies professor Hector (Richard Griffiths), a chubby and bespectacled Mr.
Meanwhile, a dirty political campaign targets the Gypsies in Basle's Historic Quarter, inflaming the population with hints that the Gypsies are the ones responsible for the murders.
Our exit strategy must focus on healing nationalist resentments, not inflaming them by settling our troops in for a long haul.