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There are really only two possibilities: Either the counterfactual politics of this alternative universe is radically, unrecognizably different from our own, or the counterfactual me who lives in this universe is radically, unrecognizably different from the real me.
On another level, The Fighter chronicles how Micky fought free of the sprawling, mostly female family that exploited him and kept him back mostly at the hands of his domineering mother, Alice (an unrecognizably teased-and-bleached Melissa Leo).
No work, and no current evaluation of it, can simply be extended to new groups of people without being changed, perhaps a]most unrecognizably, in the process; and this is one reason why what counts as literature is a notably unstable affair" (12).
Palestinians have no rights to return to their former villages, many of which are unrecognizably altered by Israeli settlers.
Jeremy Jackson of SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography explains: "every ecosystem I studied is unrecognizably different from when I started.
By the same token, had not the tubercular Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip not despaired of shooting Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand after his compatriots missed with their bomb that June day in 1914, causing the motorcade to change plans and Princip to go get himself a sandwich, and had he not emerged from Schiller's Delicatessen just as the archduke's car was turning around in front of him to correct an unpredictable wrong turn, then World War I might not have been triggered and the entire history of the twentieth century would have been unrecognizably different.
In the looking-glass world of professional liability claims against insurance agents and brokers, words that we take as clear can become unrecognizably twisted and fraught with ambiguity.
No work, and no current evaluation of it, can simply be extended to new groups of people without being changed, perhaps almost unrecognizably, in the process; which is one reason why what counts as literature is a notably unstable affair" (Eagleton, 1990, p.
Although the defense contracting side of Boeing is still the city's largest employer, and thus subject to unreliable political appetites for C-17 cargo planes, the municipal economy is now almost unrecognizably diversified.
We tend not to recognize this because relations of service and duty have changed unrecognizably in a postmodern, postcapitalist world, if they have not disappeared altogether.
Some of the children were dead, mangled unrecognizably by land mines disguised as toys.
Give her a week and facts only she knew would have been unrecognizably mutated by her beliefs and weaknesses.