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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eternalize.


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  • Another way of putting this is that the story of Victor Frankenstein, quintessential male hysteric, shows how the splitting of genders within the patriarchal sex-gender system of Freud and Jehovah paradoxically eternalizes or naturalizes a radical denial of difference between men and women.

    Patriarchal Fantasy and the Fecal Child in Mary Shelley's _Frankenstein_ and its Adaptations

  • Sexual satisfaction is often sufficient to shatter an infatuation; it is not sufficient to destroy love -- it often strengthens and eternalizes it.

    Woman Her Sex and Love Life

  • Yet sin imposes and eternalizes this dreadful necessity.

    Life of Rev. A. Crooks, A. M.

  • On the other hand, the International Monetary Fund creates a psychological atmosphere that prevents exchange rates from reaching a level corresponding to their purchasing power and eternalizes currency restrictions - just the thing the Fund was set up to prevent.

    Mises Dailies


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