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  • adv. In a calculable manner


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  • Any reasonable scientific mind, not catechized by the Church of Latter-Day Determinists Homnick seems to be under the impression that the U. of Utah-affiliated authors are Mormons, which they aren't, would conclude that if people seemed to have produced very smart work 3,000 years ago and are calculably smart today, then there is likely to be one cause for this long trans-historic run of intellectual excellence.

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  • The repercussions of Plato's philosophy were in - calculably far-reaching.


  • This skeleton itself, but for the need of a bridge to connect calculably episode with episode in experience, might be transferred to mind and identified with the scientific thought in which it is represented.

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  • No, what they desire is the calculably favorable press they will receive when "some mad Zionist bomber," obliterates a family of Palestinian children intentionally used as cannon fodder and placed on the roof of a terrorist hideout or as in the case of Hamas 'spiritual leader, imam Nizar Rayan [killed along with his four wives and children, all of whom were most likely not given the option of leaving] for propaganda purposes, a clear instance of a public relations' induced multiple murder.

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