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  • The problem is that in this story, mutatis mutandis, which is also an expression I've always wanted to use, the dog is barking because he did NOT see anything, and the other dogs are barking to get him to shut up.

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  • It's also how Europe, mutatis mutandis , became what it is today.

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  • It was, mutatis mutandis, like a gathering of automobile mechanics, people expert in telling you whether your fuel pump is shot or if you need a ring job, but whose out-of-the-garage diet of reading and reflection was likely to be either nothing at all or Popular Mechanics.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • It was, mutatis mutandis, like a gathering of automobile mechanics, people expert in telling you whether your fuel pump is shot or if you need a ring job, but whose out-of-the-garage diet of reading and reflection was likely to be either nothing at all or Popular Mechanics.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • It was, mutatis mutandis, like a gathering of automobile mechanics, people expert in telling you whether your fuel pump is shot or if you need a ring job, but whose out-of-the-garage diet of reading and reflection was likely to be either nothing at all or Popular Mechanics.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Similarly for the secretary of energy, mutatis mutandis.

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  • Therefore, in a spirit of continuity with the preceding practice, I would apply the same rules laid out in O'Connell, mutatis mutandis, to the celebration of a Missa solitaria in the ordinary form.

    On "Private" Masses

  • Maybe not what Marie Darrieussecq was getting at, but enough there to suggest, mutatis mutandis, ways these thoughts might be worth closer examination.

    Self-Protection

  • Mutatis mutandis, Pakistan has become a country so scared of the inciters of religious violence that liberals stay silent for fear the assassins will come for them; a land so benighted Jamaat-e-Islami and other mobster theocrats can get away with blaming Taseer for his own death and treating his killer as a hero for enforcing the will of god.

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  • And, as Douglas adds, this "applies, mutatis mutandis, to all the arts of high culture," including literature.

    Art and Culture

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