express generally

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Hence we have the established practice of self-expression, predicated on the individual's right to express generally accepted opinions and sycophantic sentiments in your own words, as teachers explained this right to pupils in Soviet school.
What truly--and sometimes comically--enhances the discus sion, though, is the frequent and clever device of interviewing actors in full costume, who express generally modern views of God while in ancient looking garb, thus underlining that these are questions not only big in size, but as old as time.