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  • To be sure, there are some significant and seemingly unclosable gaps in our cultural identities.

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  • Believe it or not, there are seven simple words that will close that unclosable financial deal.

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  • There wasn't a great deal one could do at that point about the splintered and unclosable front door, and he promised to stay in the cottage until we got back.

    Twice shy

  • Receptivity is thus like a deep, unclosable breach opened up in the closed circle of being-for-itself.

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  • "They were wading through a swamp," he was saying, as our unclosable, unmovable eyes followed them through him, and we felt the silence of everything that was not his voice tightening around our throats, climbing our necks, and seeping into the backs of our eyes.

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  • He saw Ty cast an anxious look toward Maggie’s open, now unclosable, door.

    This Calder Sky

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