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  • adv. In a way that cannot be erased.


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  • She is, as the chair of the DLC's American Dream Initiative, unerasably tied to their backwards, conservative policies.

    What is the DLC and Who is Its Queen?

  • He is most unerasably booked in the history of the squaring of the circle, as the speculator who took a right to assume a proposition for the destruction of other propositions, on the express ground that Euclid assumes a proposition to show that it destroys itself: which is as if the curate should demand permission to throttle the squire because St. Patrick drove the vermin to suicide to save themselves from slaughter.

    A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)


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