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“Science (all the centuries of knowledge hard won by innumberable lives and struggles) shows us that materialism is true.”
“OK, so you're thinking a thought is not something tied to some physical expression, Rather you think a thought exists in some other platonic dimension, and that there are innumberable possible physical manifestations of this platonic non-physical thought.”
“In the footage sent in by the protesters against the police, i have seen innumberable examples of obstructing the police, and people generally setting out to make officers lives and work as difficult as possible.”
“UPDATE: Perhaps the weirdest thing about Romney's speech at CPAC right now is that it is, essentially, the same stump speech I've seen him deliver about, well, innumberable times, right down to the "First, not France!" line.”
“Govt. mentioning innumberable conditions like not to use for altering the balance of power in the region, particularly India; and make sure that it is used to end terrorism in Pakistan.”
“Oldest offspring Chickenpoet lives here still with her family of four humans and innumberable animals.”
“It has been divided innumberable times to add autumn glory to the landscape.”
“They may or may not spot Peter Tuddenham voice of the computers Zen, Orac, and Slave in Mr. Godfrey, who rings Batty Thomas; he's using one of his innumberable accents, but traces of his future characters can be heard by the keen of ear.”
“Although many of us have read innumberable stories about Robert Dziekanski's death, I recommend reading this one more.”
“Like any good-sized regions, there is an almost innumberable amount of things to do off of the beaten path, especially if one enjoys regional museums, quaint shops, farm life, or outdoor activities.”
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