squeamishness


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These programs would seem to fly in the face of Turner's squeamishness over what he considers exploitative content.
There was no squeamishness on the streets of Ulster, where the Paras were unleashed on the civilian population after being turned into killing machines.
If we don't see the point of this caution, which isn't at all a matter of squeamishness or cowardice, the nearer the terrorist comes to winning, because it means we're getting used to the view from outside as the normal perspective - the distant view that spares us the real cost to our own humanity.
The process, which has been tested on dogs, may help men beat squeamishness.
It would be hard to deny that chance through squeamishness when we're already transplanting lungs, hearts and livers," he says.