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“I wonder if ideological stupefication is necessary to achieve this result.”
“And Waverley Root, the American food writer, said he once thought that the English cooked badly through sheer technical deficiency but he was shocked "to discover to my stupefication that the English cook that way because that is the way they like it.”
“I remember J.G. Ballards 'piece on how Star Wars was the stupefication of science fiction, but sometimes you just have to have FUN, people.”
“Or maybe they put it there for all the visitors who made the trip to the Melkweg,Bulldog or Happy Family…Imagine their fright,joy,stupefication at not being able to dismiss the fly with a well-placed shot! on 31 Oct 2003 at 5:53 pm3Mike”
“She found hornets 'nests in the orchard; she smoked the insects into slumberous stupefication, then took the nests down, carefully.”
“And while the fifth man stared in openmouthed stupefication, Lyran separated his body from his head.”
“Pride, untruthfulness of speech, cupidity, stupefication, vindictiveness, whether arising from any known cause or otherwise, are indications of the quality of Rajas.”
“All such states again as exist with stupefication (of the senses, the mind or the understanding) whose cause is unascertainable, and which are incomprehensible (by either reasons or inward light), should be known as ascribable to the action of”
“It comes to mean that with burning there is that pleasant state of stupefication.”
“What I want to see is a stop to the systematic and ongoing stupefication of the Malays and the non-Malays and to let them be free from being run-down emotionally by boot camp facilitators who make a living humiliating people.”
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