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“Pragmatic is good, but so often pragmatism is judged relative to the individual rather than the group that individual represents. joe from Lowell Says:”
“Pragmatic'-not' idealistic'-is their favorite adjective when they are called upon to justify their 'stance,' as they call it, not 'stand.”
“And according to A Year of Reading, the smartest rant on the Lucky Scrotum comes via a site called Pragmatic Chaos.”
“Charles VI. obtained the consent of the other Powers to a decree of the Empire, called the Pragmatic Sanction, by which his daughter (he had no son) was made the heir to his hereditary dominions, to the exclusion of the male heirs of the House of Austria.”
“These confident hopes were rudely disturbed by the marriage of the King with his cousin Maria Christina of Naples, followed by an edict, known as the Pragmatic Sanction, repealing the Salic Law which had been introduced with the first Bourbon, and restoring the ancient”
“Pragmatic" also spiked during the midterms, and backlash over health-care reform — among other of the president's domestic initiatives — pushed "socialism" into the top 10.”
“Ford, Bill Kristol, Brooks, NR, all the usual "Pragmatic" Republicans begged him to run as VP or President in 2000 and 1996.”
“Pragmatic" in Obama's case seems to be his propensity for getting rid of old baggage.”
“Mr. Turton, you seem to be using "Pragmatic" in different ways, and interpreting it the most negative way possible in all instances.”
“Patrician,' had Italy ceded to him by a 'Pragmatic' sanction, and Zeno placed on his head the sacrum velamen, a square of purple, signifying in”
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