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- v. (archaic) quoth
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of who.
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From which the esteemed author concludes that the status quo is to be maintained unless there is a really good reason (according to whom?) not to maintain them any more.
Because the status quo is not sufficiently originalist?
Moreover, he added the status quo is unacceptable.
Yes, support this plan, because as the President repeatedly reminds us: the status quo is not acceptable.
The status quo is good enough for those who do not care about the suffering of others
To me, trying to "conserve" the status quo is a far more indefensible view, since the status quo is not all that great.
The Republican party mantra and status quo is weakened, and will be for some time.
Anyone who think the status quo is OK is dreaming.
The GOP-supported health insurance industry status quo is what is toxic to our health.
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