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“The characters in Inherent Vice, including Doc Sportello, are subject to a mild degree of comic mockery, but not enough to deprive them of their status as heroes of naivete.”
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“Inherent" and "intellectual" are quite literally as advanced as the vocabulary gets.”
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“Inherent in that term is a sincere effort, and sincere failure, with beauty and sardonic self-acceptance nonetheless.”
“Inherent to the movement were the varied, mordant and lucid posters pasted to walls and lampposts throughout Paris and then much of France.”
“Inherent in anguish is the promise and presence of hope.”
“Inherent to the argument you're making is the notion that games are essentialist expressions, and are constructed as such (the terms "designed" and "programmed" are usually used here, I'm guessing).”
“He pronounces, "Inherent in his rhetoric and his insistence on holding his hearings is the insinuation that Islam is not American.”
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