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  • There is that small window of time between the night and the day that is so liminally inviting; the practice of the night calling me into the day and the practice of the day calling me into the night.

    Integral Spirituality By Terri O'Fallon

  • Hitler is a sensitive name for the Savitri Erans, but the way Rich has attempted to liminally link it to the Iraq war in this intriguing post at SCIY warrants resistance.

    Keep in mind the alternate “history” that would have taken place during these five years

  • BANTER CAN BE SUBSTANTIVE, or so devoid of substance as to effectively erase the news value of whatever headline liminally provoked it.

    In News Ratings Game, Giant Yap Closes the Gap

  • “realist” like myself is that players only ever live liminally in their worlds, always half in and half out, and always semi-conscious, therefore, of the opportunity cost of their virtual goods – i.e., the real-world purchasing power that they forgo by not selling them off for dollars.

    April 2005

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