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- adj. servile
The implication is that the long way we've come is worth genuflective attention, at best.
What effect does it have on anyone's life if that era is occasionally discussed in less than perfectly genuflective phraseology?
Monday, for example, there was breakfast at Chez Cornstein, followed by a private workout, lunch with Knicks officials, a light exercise session at a trendy health club, a trip to the downtown NBA offices and a handshake from league chieftain David Stern followed shortly by a genuflective pause beside a giant poster of Michael Jordan.
CD 1: banging-yet-intelligent; techno-techno as opposed to minimal techno or trance-techno or hardcore techno or Detroit-genuflective techno or … Techno-techno the same way that, say, CJ Bolland was … and indeed there's little about Hell's sound here to betray this wasn't recorded in the early-to-mid-90s.
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