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The colorful reprints from the censored English underground mag Oz--co-edited by Felix Dennis, who has gone on to scandalize contemporary puritans by publishing skin-filled "lad mags" such as Maxim--alone are worth the price of Hippie.
Disorderly conduct--Any behavior that tends to disturb the public peace or decorum, scandalize the community, or shock the public sense of morality.
Poggio's sensational find allowed Lorenzo Valla some fifteen years later to scandalize the humanistic world by arguing for the superiority of Quintilian over Cicero as a teacher of Latin and rhetoric.