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- adj. Not apocalyptic.
Whether in hope or desperation, the perceived lack of alternatives may push valuations to much greater extremes than in nonapocalyptic times.
After Left Behind opened the floodgates for thrillers, publishers expanded into nonapocalyptic themes.
And further: "The huge gift that Beckett gave to theater, to women playwrights in particular, is our notion of dramaturgy: a non-Aristotelian, nonapocalyptic sense of time, sheer chronicity that stretches to eternity," she continued.
If one were allowed to characterize somewhat roughly Bultmann’s solution for a contemporary appropriation of Jesus’ message, one might say that the scholar from Marburg had set up a correspondence between the nonapocalyptic-prophetic and the fundamental thought of the early Heidegger.
(á là writerTim LaHaye and Pastor John Hagee) and nonapocalyptic, long term theocratic political activists.
FSE details the highly nonapocalyptic takedown of some online gaming operators.)
John Hagee) and nonapocalyptic, long term theocratic political activists.
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