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  • v. Present participle of emarginate.

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Examples

  • Finally, Catholics grasped the reality that the society shaped by Founderology rewards its idolators as heroes and punishes its principled enemies as losers, most effectively by economically emarginating them and depriving them of the ever-increasing incomes that basic survival within the Western Paradise demands.

    Founding Fathers vs. Church Fathers

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