He was pretty pleased with himself until he looked up in the dining room of the Red Cross building and found himself eating breakfast with dozens and dozens of other servicemen in all kinds of fantastic uniforms, and then all at once he was surrounded by images of Luciana getting out of her clothes and into her clothes and caressing and haranguing him tempestuously in the pink rayon chemise she wore in bed with him and would not take off.
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My parents continuously harangue me about my grades.
She fears a Card Check law would permit unions to pester, harass and harangue employees who would lose the protection of a secret ballot.