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“The alarmist arguments of the Mexico Chucks are denounced by the uncompelled presence of these naysayers in their imagined land of fear and loathing: if things are as undesirable as they claim, how come they volunteer to stay?”
“Williams felt that a society based on free religious exercise, uncompelled by earthly law, was truer to the vision of society in Scripture.”
“Despite being wonderful in so many ways, the story left me uncompelled because the writer spent so much time making the protagonists equally interesting.”
“For an American citizen to rush forward uncompelled by law to help this foreigner, particularly when some of the tactics knowingly harm our position in the military action, is treason.”
“The thing is, they're not implications in any logical sense; shoving them in readers' faces doesn't amount to a deduction, but is rather an uncompelled artistic choice.”
“The best a creator can hope for, if she aspires to a certain kind of verisimilitude which is an uncompelled creative choice in its own right, is plausible extrapolation.”
“On the Cartesian view, human knowledge mimics the invulnerability of divine cognition; but for Kant, scientific knowing expresses the embodied finitude of the rational human condition, and the uncompelled contribution of the world: the gift of the given.”
“And the being in MEP altogether ... it's another story all together which i feel uncompelled to write in here. haha, cause i'm so tired now.”
“Nay, lady, said Sir Aymeris, nor tomorrow, nor any day uncompelled; neither shall we go nigher unto it than now we be.”
“For, sooth to say, hitherto we have found this, that all men dread Evilshaw, and none will enter it uncompelled.”
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