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Extralegislative, insularly constructed concession agreements again
Knightley a humorist; in fact, he is at times simply boorish and insularly proud of being so.
Still, Ellis's nostalgia for a monumentalized traditionally, along with the class-bound insularly academic nature of his figure of the intellectual, renders him blind to the wild unpredictability of the circumstances in which genius usually emerges, as well as the capacity of genius to construct the conditions in which it can sustain itself.
Here Flip insularly fantasizes about the desired life within the womb of his imaginings.
Thinking insularly, Laura confines her politics to domestic concerns, and her critique of domesticity as a justification for domestic politics extends only as far as England's border.