Did you perhaps mean pale?
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“Were it not for neo-orthodoxy as a popularly recognizable movement, the term paleo-orthodoxy would be an oxymoron.”
“The term paleo-orthodoxy (paleo means "primitive," "ancient") is employed to make clear that we are not talking about neo-orthodoxy, a particular movement within twentieth-century Protestant theology that actually was far more attached to assumptions of modernity than is postemodern paleo-orthodoxy.”
“When he graduates with a B.A. in paleo-geology, he applies to grad schools that will take the paleontological training for Masters/Ph.D. Grandson has his heart set on Alberta, which happens to hire a lot of UNC-CH grads in this program …”
“We do not have enough long term paleo-climate data to make any definitely conclusions about global warming.”
“Nor are the "paleo" - records of CO2 "for the past million years" questioned, even as "paleo" - temperature records are completely discredited as being the fraudulent work of politically motivated hacks at the East Anglia CRU.”
“All of the properties ascribed to the “reptile brain” are actually occurring in what McLean (the inventor of the reptile brain canard) called the paleo-mammalian brain or limbic system.”
“In fact, prior to Trent Lott's idiocy, most conservatives I know would have assumed it did not exist at all-except among the fever swamps of the so-called paleo-Right.”
“Yeah, I am one of those disaffected now so called paleo-conservative.”
“RE: #21 – attempting here to recall a paleo course that is in my own deep paleo …”
““Liberalism” today is protectionist and isolationist just like Conservatives of Old: just like Pat, and the so-called paleo-conservative movement.”
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