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“The new administration was somewhat shocked at the archiac communications system in place.”
“Add it all up, and it comes out to what we lawyers call, to use archiac Law French, a great big steamy pile of bullshit.”
“She held some pretty archiac religious ideas as far as I was concerned, but she never just bald-faced lied to me in the face of questions like this.”
“Swaziland is run on a homegrown political system called Tinkhundla that does not allow the existence of political parties, but the pro-democracy groups say that this restriction is archiac.”
“Or without these stories appearing entirely irrelevant to a postmodern society precisely because they appear to be accounts of archiac conflicts?”
“Citizens of California and other states are seeking to defang this archiac, broken system through the Constitution itself, as the Constitution allows States to assign electors in any way it sees fit.”
“There he writes that the dialect is "an archiac form of Silezian-German, directly originating from Middle High-German.”
“They 'think,' to use that archaic [archiac] word did that drug-addict girl friend of yours ever take you to a [ "a" missing] genuine orgy”
“But when Israel acts diplomatically archiac as they have been since we and NATO created this country after WWII, They will most definitely ensure their eventual destruction.”
“This is why "boots on the ground" and air tactics are archiac in TRUE WAR.”
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