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“The word “decision” is chose for the connotations in the root sense of the term (echoed in “incision”, “concision”, “circumcsion”, “precision”), the sense of cutting-off.”
“In the imagining that we can “get out” what was “put in”, all we are really doing is cutting-off import in the hope that when we have cut enough off we will be left with a hard certainty.”
“I think he is right to believe that forcing cutting-off of funds will be benefit the Republicans.”
“I know that's a lie, not supporting the troops is cutting mental health benes, sending them over for a war that started from a lie, but so many of our people are just stupid and all they will see is Read cutting-off fudning.”
“Very hard indeed to distinguish from the cutting-off kind of silence.”
“The cutting-off of funds to women's shelters and sexual assault crisis centres.”
“Whoso be minded to look upon the punishment of such an one, the thief, and the cutting-off of his hand, let him be present to - morrow morning at such a place!”
“JOHN MCCAIN, (R) PRESUMPTIVE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: I am not advocating cutting-off relations with Russia.”
“Its full-page ad published in The Times in January proclaims: "After two years of sanctions, the cutting-off of fuel supplies, repeated military incursions and the closure of its borders, Gaza is in the grip of a humanitarian crisis.”
“I just wanted to say the Japanese were protesting over and over again about the military bases, about the fleet and about the cutting-off of oil.”
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