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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of paternalise.

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  • By promoting smoking bans and fat pandemics pointing bigoted and hypocritical fingers, we as a whole in community we are depreciated, by the actions of the petty and the cruel who believe the rest of the world deserves to be criminalized or paternalised to suit the values of the state, to the exclusion of the people they are sworn to serve.

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