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  • noun Plural form of alienation.

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Examples

  • By 1969, as her marriage to Lowell was unspooling chaotically, she found herself questioning whether fiction was appropriate to describe modern life at all, wondering if it "seems more threatened than the other arts by alienations in sensibility, by the unease of the world, the sense of destiny beyond control or comprehension, by the feeling of borrowed shortened time and relationships subject to cancellation …"

    The New York Stories of Elizabeth Hardwick

  • Note 11: In this way, the patrimonies granted to Mary and Elizabeth differed from those granted to younger royal sons or uncles which were entailed on their legitimate heirs and were meant to be permanent alienations of royal estates, Wolffe, Crown Lands ..., p. 31 back

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

  • It is this liberation from the alienations of history which will constitute the end of history.

    2009 June

  • It is this liberation from the alienations of history which will constitute the end of history.

    The Transformation of the World-Robert Chasse

  • For McVeigh, it was Ruby Ridge and Waco that fed his alienations and affinities.

    Balkinization

  • For McVeigh, it was Ruby Ridge and Waco that fed his alienations and affinities.

    Balkinization

  • For McVeigh, it was Ruby Ridge and Waco that fed his alienations and affinities.

    Balkinization

  • For McVeigh, it was Ruby Ridge and Waco that fed his alienations and affinities.

    Balkinization

  • For McVeigh, it was Ruby Ridge and Waco that fed his alienations and affinities.

    Balkinization

  • For McVeigh, it was Ruby Ridge and Waco that fed his alienations and affinities.

    Balkinization

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