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  • And you might like in all that just to reflect on what it is to be a church bounded, 'boundaried' very, very strongly, very powerfully by its passionate, and I'll say it, its exclusive loyalty to Jesus Christ.

    Address at the Scottish Episcopal Church Provincial Conference

  • Racism (and homophobia and most other types of abjection) are logical fallout of a Kohlbergian “law and order” mentality, where social mores are understood as reifying a social order that is also (or part of) a “natural order”, hierarchised and boundaried, inculcated during infancy, taken as received wisdom.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • We talk here about national and personal trauma, corruption and realpolitik, the shadow of J.M. Coetzee, South African literature as boundaried by massive inequalities, childhood cancer, ambiguity, the new class system, real world maturity and the need for compromise.

    Audio Interview with Damon Galgut, by Nigel Beale.

  • You are dealing with hundreds of years of history -- and for most of it, the conversations between dad and daughter have been carefully scripted and clearly boundaried.

    Peggy Drexler: Fathers: An Instruction Manual -- Who Is This Man? If You Think You Know Dad, Think Harder

  • The categories of straight, gay, lesbian were often quite clearly boundaried.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • THAT would indicate some penetration of these views into the boundaried realms of “legitimate discourse.”

    Did Costumes and Props Undercut the Seriousness of the G-20 Protests? - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Luke Akehurst quotes the case of the newly boundaried Dagenham and Rainham constituency and tries to use this as a stick to beat those of us in the Party who are not convinced that perpetual triangulation to hook swing votes is sustainable or desirable.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • It is boundaried on the North by the United States of America, to the south by Guatemala and Belize, to the east by the Gulf of Mexico and to the west by the Pacific Ocean.

    Facts About Mexico

  • The cities of Murmansk and Severomorsk poured quantities of industrial waste, cooling water from nuclear reactors, and raw sewage unimaginable in any Western country directly into the waters of the Tuloma River; this made the upper water layers much warmer than in the deep of the central shipping channel, creating a sharp-boundaried thermocline beneath which Galveston lurked.

    Countdown

  • He pressed along snow-swept ridges and through barren, rock-boundaried vales.

    The Kinslayer Wars

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  • 1) Having clear boundaries

    2) Being limited by rules of codes of conduct between what is acceptable and unacceptable

    March 30, 2012