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“To Americans: do you think you can pass the buck on your responsibility of keeping your government subordinate or do you watch the tv cop shows and pretend that the tip of the iceberg of the police state that has destroyed the lives of Rodney King, Hope Steffey, and millions of others are "abberations"?”
“Still, there are abberations in timing and rhythm that could be better.”
“Prestige-multiclass abberations aside, you can create almost any kind of character that you could make in other versions.”
“Especially if you consider that Rasmussen's more (for her) encouraging number is a one-day tracking poll, a species particularly prone to statistical abberations, while IVR's and ARG's numbers represent 3 and 2 day polls respectively.”
“The question is whether these are all abberations or indicative of a new trend (my bet is on new trend).”
“I prefer to apply Occam's Razor first and then look for abberations.”
“The more data you give your computer, the more it has to go on to get rid of seams, color abberations and artifacts.”
“Pesch, O.P., who listed the abberations of the Neo-Thomism from the original Thomas in the standard lexicon for theologian students: LThK Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche, 1965, Vol. 10, col.”
“Well if he was so smart then tell us how he envisions it; so that we don't have these abberations then, of voter fraud.”
“I guess this is about right, once you adjust some of the earlier abberations.”
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