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Copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion translated into Arabic, in hard copy and online, are said to be doing a brisk trade, and it seems that that excrescent forgery will be with us forever, however much those who propagate it worsen not only anti-Semitism but also that other evil, anti-Islamism.
Although one critic claims that "The Nightmare" chapter is "arguably excrescent, and could be omitted without violence to the plot" (Daly xv), without it, the novel would fail to depict how the discourse of masculinity, established during the Victorian period and reinforced during the Edwardian one, proves itself an inadequate model for addressing twentieth-century demands.
1), excrescent bacteria inhibited callus induction and changed the pH of the media, which led a corresponding reduction in the transformation efficiency.
These are bugh (11721) and slught 'slough' (745; with excrescent <t>) in the Cursor Mundi, and enough in the Avowing of Arthur, again, curiously, non-Yorkshire texts.
He became so weak that he had to be carried behind on a stretcher, and died a few days later, just as the expedition entered the Tibetan village of Kampa Dzong, where the team caught their first sight of Everest ('A prodigious white fang excrescent from the jaw of the world,' Mallory wrote).
Over and over again, he attempts to compensate for faults in composition by excrescent rock formations and unnaturally angled branches.
Yet in fact that Latin phrase, its own reflexivity foiled by an excrescent "n," manifests in Horse Latitudes a problem with language that is also a problem in war and in love: embeddedness.
Even more than Wells, Disch stresses the total indifference of the aliens to the monuments of human civilization, excrescent 'artifacts' they are capable of wiping away as casually as a farmer uproots weeds; as one character bitterly muses:
There's an additional gripe, that the very details that make a building come alive for the casual visitor - the historical connections, the people who lived there, its use and contents - are matters of excrescent irrelevance to Pevsner.