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So of course the ultimate theological criteria will not come down to strategy but love; radical democracy will be supported by theologies that are true enough to confound their own certainties, and caring enough to risk even the up-close differences that hurt the most.
They can ignore their self-appointed leaders' calls and confound loyalists waiting for a reason to retaliate.
WHAT SILENCE PRINCIPALLY ARMORS US AGAINST is Babel: the endless foolish chatter, words used to confound thought, words misused to ward off friendship or attachments, words as occupation.
Subtle cues in posture can confound attempts to read emotion from a face, neuroscientists have found.
The slippery temporality at work here confuses before and after, as much as the staged photographs confound both realism and fabulism and comedy and tragedy.
It controls for the most important determinants of achievement that will confound peer estimates by removing student and school-by-grade fixed effects in addition to observable family and school characteristics.
It had to be young enough to still have a planet-forming disk but old enough to be past the time when radio emissions from the star's own early growth would confound signals from the disk.
But variables such as temperature and rainfall can confound the analysis, a problem not found with the pore-density method.
Fellini: I'm a Born Liar'' is a movie that will be treasured by those who love Fellini, just as surely as it will confound and bore anyone not particularly familiar with or fond of the great Italian director.
Building an Empire'' offers up nothing ``Star Wars'' fans don't already know, nothing to confound their expectations and, in fact, is significantly less critical of Lucas' work than even the geekiest aficionado would be.