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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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uneasiness — especially about whether it is right to do something
  • I have no quarrel with the wine; it is ably served by our honorary assistants, the Rev. Mr. Larkin and the Rev. Mrs. Keeling—Mrs. Katherine Keeling; she's the headmistress at The Bishop Strachan School, and my only qualm with her is when she's pregnant.
    p. 226.7

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