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These ideas support the concept of a multifactorial model of BA, according to which a variety of nocuous events can contribute to the development of the syndrome.
There are several things worth noting about this innocuous passage from an otherwise nocuous novel.
PNAC's Rebuilding document culled realism's precepts that envision formidable threats and nocuous intentions of other states and employed liberalism to presume that cooperation exists because "American exceptionalism" emanates a paragon democratic model to the world.