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The puncture is healed by a medic or, occasionally, the succor of a god.

Mogadishu, Baghdad, Troy, or Heroes Without War (247) by Mark Greif
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2 years, 4 months ago


Before long the working class in one nation turned against the working classes of all other nations, looking to protectionism for succour. In 1929 protectionism took the form of devaluing one’s currency vis-à-vis others. As we shall see, in 2010 it took the form of devaluing one’s labor vis-à-vis others.

—p.9 Preface: The Red Blanket (1) by Yanis Varoufakis
notable
2 years ago


Three examples provide succour to such a damning perspective.

—p.xxxii A Primer: the Seven Leading Myths about the Indian IT Industry (xxiv) by Jyoti Saraswati
notable
9 months ago


Deracinated, lonely, struggling to make his philosophy understood in a language that he was just mastering, Adorno took succour

—p.195 Part III: The 1930s (123) by Stuart Jeffries
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1 year, 11 months ago


as Barber says, Trump gives "succor to the demagogues-in-waiting" like Le Pen.

Financial Times editor Lionel Barber

—p.114 The Glory Days Are Over (107) by Nicole Aschoff
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2 years, 1 month ago


why give political succor

—p.18 House for Sale (3) by Jonathan Franzen
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2 years, 3 months ago


The less succour they receive from existing political institutions, the more open individual workers are likely to be to radical political institutions that offer the possibility of political expression and economic power

which is a good thing imo

—p.96 The Virtues of Scarcity (81) by Ryan Avent
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1 year, 8 months ago