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gall -- as in: had the gall to
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  • "It smells of anis but it is bitter as gall," he said.
  • Then there was Gall, the Hungarian, who ought to be shot if you could believe half you heard at Gaylord’s.
  • Golz has always hated Gall.
  • He hated Gall.
  • Golz hated Gall.
  • Gall and Copic, who were men of politics and of ambition, would agree and later, men who never saw the map, but heard the number of the hill before they left their starting place and had the earth of diggings on it pointed out, would climb its side to find their death along its slope or, being halted by machine guns placed in olive groves would never get up it at all.

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  • She had the gall to ask for a raise.
  • all the greed and all the gall Is boiled away for once and all.
    Roald Dahl  --  Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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