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(noun) a complete or impressive collection of things; (historically) a complete set of arms or suit of armor

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The looming prospect of a panoply of belligerent, Blut und Boden regimes has always been one of the scariest potential political outcomes of widespread ecological collapse.

—p.2 The Best of a Bad Situation (1) by n+1
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The looming prospect of a panoply of belligerent, Blut und Boden regimes has always been one of the scariest potential political outcomes of widespread ecological collapse.

—p.2 The Best of a Bad Situation (1) by n+1
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

(of a seal or closure) complete and airtight

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hermetic stretches of row-house monotony

—p.2 The Best of a Bad Situation (1) by n+1
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hermetic stretches of row-house monotony

—p.2 The Best of a Bad Situation (1) by n+1
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a person who renounces a religious or political belief or principle; the general form is "apostasy"

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I was called to a meeting with my leads in the food court of a shopping mall, where they screamed at me for my apostasy

—p.7 The Best of a Bad Situation (1) by n+1
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I was called to a meeting with my leads in the food court of a shopping mall, where they screamed at me for my apostasy

—p.7 The Best of a Bad Situation (1) by n+1
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(adjective) having an insipid often unpleasant taste / (adjective) sickly or puerilely sentimental

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“BERNIE SANDERS!” they cry in unison, and mawkishly enough I choke back tears.

—p.11 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

“BERNIE SANDERS!” they cry in unison, and mawkishly enough I choke back tears.

—p.11 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

(verb) to anticipate and prevent (as a situation) or make unnecessary (as an action)

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These troops were originally sent to the region to contain the global ascendancy of communism (in general) and China (in particular), and while history has obviated the first justification, the second one remains

—p.13 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

These troops were originally sent to the region to contain the global ascendancy of communism (in general) and China (in particular), and while history has obviated the first justification, the second one remains

—p.13 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

the study of signs and symbols and their use or interpretation (adj: semiotic)

13

Mic, or Uproxx, or Occupy Democrats, or some other part-time semiotic organization, analyzing the meaning and implications of Clinton’s A/B-tested not-quite-remarks

—p.13 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

Mic, or Uproxx, or Occupy Democrats, or some other part-time semiotic organization, analyzing the meaning and implications of Clinton’s A/B-tested not-quite-remarks

—p.13 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

(noun) the quality of lively or enthusiastic expression of thoughts or feelings; exuberance

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an ebullient Trump

—p.16 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

an ebullient Trump

—p.16 The Korean Peace Process (11) missing author
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

(noun) a resolving of specific cases of conscience, duty, or conduct through interpretation of ethical principles or religious doctrine / (noun) specious argument; rationalization

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the first time I had a real chance not to be complicit with evil, I found I had a staggering gift for casuistry

—p.25 Renewed Labour (24) by Barnaby Raine
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the first time I had a real chance not to be complicit with evil, I found I had a staggering gift for casuistry

—p.25 Renewed Labour (24) by Barnaby Raine
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clear and obvious, in a stark or exaggerated form

27

According to Marx’s Capital, states secure the reproduction of capital writ large by sometimes setting themselves against individual bosses, who in their pursuit of accumulation and short-term returns fail to safeguard durable prosperity

—p.27 Renewed Labour (24) by Barnaby Raine
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

According to Marx’s Capital, states secure the reproduction of capital writ large by sometimes setting themselves against individual bosses, who in their pursuit of accumulation and short-term returns fail to safeguard durable prosperity

—p.27 Renewed Labour (24) by Barnaby Raine
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(noun) a eulogistic oration or writing / (noun) formal or elaborate praise

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“More Roman than any Englishman had ever been,” went one panegyric from the 1920s

—p.27 Renewed Labour (24) by Barnaby Raine
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7 months, 2 weeks ago

“More Roman than any Englishman had ever been,” went one panegyric from the 1920s

—p.27 Renewed Labour (24) by Barnaby Raine
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7 months, 2 weeks ago