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Numerous reports of dirty equipment with faulty climate controls, uncourteous staff, and frequent delays betray the harsh challenges that have always confronted passenger railroading.
Malvolio has some faults, but even in this regard Shakespeare rehabilitates him: Fabian confesses that they wrote the letter "Upon some stubborn and uncourteous parts / We had conceiv'd against him" (5.1.361-62).
(74) Despite how uncourteous and unkind we may cast the
motivated by just resentment "Upon some stubborn and uncourteous
(N=152) 61% Very Courteous 9% Somewhat Courteous 24% Neutral 5% Not Courteous 1% Very Uncourteous 5.
Tompkins less clearly betrays class bias in his opinion, unless it is his impatience with the argument that the "uncourteous" nature of Pierson's behavior is relevant to his legal rights.
And in the case of "be hese felle" from which the giants emerge, the topography even teams up with Gawain's opponents by increasing their already existing advantage of ground in what is a thoroughly uncourteous gesture: as one would except of this rampaging wilderness, it does not play by the rules of chivalry.
Quoting directly from the advert -including its grammatical mistakes -the most offensive comments are: ``Keep well away from the local natives, they can be vulgar and uncourteous sometimes.''