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Community organizers who have fought for a decade to end oil extraction in urban neighborhoods were gratified by the large penalty, and said they hope it will be collected.We Reported on How California Rarely Cracks Down on Oil Companies. Now Regulators Have Fined One Company $1.5 Million.|by Janet Wilson, The Desert Sun|June 2, 2021|ProPublica
The women all provide similar accounts, alleging the star quarterback contacted them via Instagram over the past year to arrange massages in which he then attempted to get them to gratify him sexually.
Yet, aside from the top-shelf quality of its sights, sounds and performances, what makes Aretha so gratifying to watch is how fully Parks delivers on the promise to illuminate Franklin’s genius.Genius: Aretha Is a Lavish, Lively Showstopper That Hits a Few False Notes|Judy Berman|March 19, 2021|Time
The bad guy is false sense of security around putting things in short-term order where you can instantly gratify a result.
Most of the meddlers in our lives do it to gratify their own egos or because they mistakenly believe they are helping.
He carried tales, told lies, and tried to make trouble, for no reason but to gratify his inclinations.
In the autumn of this year I was able to gratify my taste for travel by a longer excursion than usual.
Of refined tastes, including a penchant for blue china, being a thriving bachelor, he was able to gratify them.
Norman's face was a sight, as he stood holding Aubrey in his arms, to gratify the child's impatience.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
In short, he may gratify his every whim and fancy, without a pang of reposing conscience, or the least jostle of his self-respect.The Pocket R.L.S.|Robert Louis Stevenson