His works, we learn, were full of repetition, and critics speak of vulgarities of language and faults of style.
The power of minute observation displayed is most remarkable, as also in Polite Conversation (written in 1731, published in 1738), a surprising assemblage of the vulgarities and trivialities current in ordinary talk.
Again, there are some gratuitous and unredeemed vulgarities; some images that make us shudder.
For as you say, anyone can say the commonplace, the ordinary vulgarities of the day.
These rules may include who can use instant message features, whether vulgarities are allowed, and what constitutes harassment.
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