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- Corporal Whitcomb, an atheist, was a disgruntled subordinate who felt he could do the chaplain's job much better than the chaplain was doing it and viewed himself, therefore, as an underprivileged victim of social inequity.Chapter 20 — Corporal Whitcomb (27% in)
- Colonel Scheisskopf demanded with disgruntled suspicion.Chapter 29 — Peckem (28% in)
- 'Ah, Marchese Milo,' he declared with effusive pleasure, pushing the fat, disgruntled woman out the door without even looking toward her.Chapter 39 — The Eternal City (31% in)
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