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Operating in a manner of which Defoe would be proud, Narrative Innovation and Incoherence operates both to amuse and to instruct.
Mr Price said: "There is a clear contradiction between the two versions of the First Minister's statement, which reflects confusion and incoherence in terms of the government's response to the referendum vote.
This incoherence could undermine the county council's ability to make a reasoned decisionBarry Gardiner
Because of such incoherence, some internally displaced persons have experienced difficulties in the processing payments from social protection offices.
This second incoherence leads to a dilemma for the relativist.
1198) in the latter's defense of philosophy, Tahafut 'al-Tahafut ("The Incoherence of Incoherence").
THE political incoherence of the First Minister never ceases to amaze me.
Today, furious MPs accused Ministers of turning a blind eye and Caroline Spelman (Con Meriden) said: "The deficits are caused by incoherence at the heart of the Government's policy.
Bush being a dictator are now vexed to the point of utter incoherence because for the last fortnight he has failed to do a sufficiently convincing impression of a dictator.
Destruction regards her contemporaries, Incoherence is the language of choice, Undeserving yet almost eventful Desperation has at last found a voice
When you are wrapped up in such incoherence, when your theology is simply disproved by reality, you can change your theology, or you can close your eyes, put your fingers in your ears, and sing loudly.