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  • n. The quality of being uncontrollable.


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  • The torturer, like the empire itself, cannot control the vastness of life (he sees the world's uncontrollability as a ticking time bomb somewhere near him he cannot locate) -- but his victim, the human fragment of the world quivering before him, can be (must be!) totally dominated.

    Beyond The Soaring Rhetoric of Obama's Cairo Speech: A Toxic Innocence At Home

  • Oops, posted without finishing - feminine qualities, as Lisa just said, like uncontrollability (I'm making up words left and right, today ...)

    Being Catty

  • This trailer does well not to deliver too much of the film and the story, but to give you a strong indication of what Tony is capable of, and give it an edge of uncontrollability.

    Filmstalker: Next Tony trailer tells more

  • Which is why there is growing awareness of accumulating problems that need to be fixed - lifetime judicial appointments, guarantee of military government if DC is decapitated without warning, inability to wage war against nonstate actors, new "rights" magically concocted, inability to reform US institutions in a 21st Century world moving at lightspeed, war powers fights rivening our government for 40 years, pending fiscal collapse of US institutions like medicare, uncontrollability of debt accumulation...

    Finding the limit on Congress's war powers.

  • Like many young Chinese of her generation, the author was sent to live on a farm commune, a move designed by Chairman Mao to isolate the Red Guard he had stirred up so much that even he feared their uncontrollability.

    Three books about China

  • Combining free-flowing improvisation with detailed precision, these simulacra reference the systems and structures of the natural world while suggesting an uncontrollability and excess that is both fantasy and science fiction.

    Tiny Island « Flight

  • He loved the play of language and was fascinated by the uncontrollability of rhetoric.


  • His stubbornness and uncontrollability kept him from rising to the top.

    CNN Transcript Jan 5, 2006

  • The church does, I think, fear the uncontrollability of Jesus.

    Address at the Scottish Episcopal Church Provincial Conference

  • So the church doesn't like uncontrollability, the church doesn't like exhaustion, the church doesn't like asking.

    Address at the Scottish Episcopal Church Provincial Conference


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