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used in Unbroken - adapted for young adults

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well known for something bad
  • A notoriously cruel guard called the Weasel came to Louie for shaves but never paid him the rice ball.
    p. 166.1
  • Louie's two most notorious pranks involved Phil, chewing gum, and their new copilot, a massive ex—football player named Charleton Cuppernell, who replaced Moznette when the latter joined another crew.
    p. 62.8
  • In B-24s notorious for fuel leaks, airmen lit cigarettes and blew up their planes.
    p. 72.7
  • A notoriously sadistic camp official began speaking of his sympathy for the POWs, and how they'd soon be taken to a new camp where there was ample food, medical care, and no more slavery.
    p. 210.6

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