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The question perplexed its 18th-century audiences, and the quest to create imitations of life continues to bemuse and unnerve us.
Richards, a member of the Harlem Writer's Guild, which has included such folks as Maya Angelou and lames Baldwin, has assembled an impressive collection of stories that manage to advise, anger, move, unnerve and even make you blush at times.
He kept them on for one day, when there were horns, revving engines at traffic lights and white van drivers taking great delight in driving so close to his bumper trying to unnerve him.
And this is all a matter of unnerving different parties, that the military is trying to unnerve George Speight, that George Speight is trying to unnerve the military by suggesting that there may be harm to individuals, to the international media," she added.
The potential for serious error should unnerve any organization that relies on mathematical calculations.