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"not quite as excited as" , is he excited or not? He expressed no compassion; he did not seem to be upset. His voice, as the Attorney General recalled afterward, was "not quite as excited as if he were reporting the fact that he had found a Communist on the faculty of Howard University." Ordinarily garrulous, he had suddenly turned curt with his superior.
Jun 15, 2013 2:21 PM
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Whom is this passage about and what is he reporting? The death of the president? I suspect he's somewhat excited, but not overly so.
June 15, 2013
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