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Courts seem, then, to believe that the best is the enemy of the good and that any governmental supervention of medical standards should come from other agencies of the state.
That is not to say that the Torah was revealed by God to Ezra, in effective supervention of the traditional revelation to Moses on Mount Sinai.
Long before the supervention of such novelty phrases as "the deferral of meaning," "the refusal of closure," or "the poetry of indeterminacy," "Le Voyage" had shouldered into question the illusory prospect of arrival: