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In summary, solipsistic dissipation of journalistic objectivity, secret contractual rescindment, and poststructural acquiescence exclude the nonfiction novel from the genre of documentary fiction and place works such as In Cold Blood in the all-embracing and all-submerging realm of ambiguous textual practice.
But an actual overturning of the current ban on gaming consoles could still be tricky since all seven of the ministries that originally issued the ban would need to approve its rescindment, China Daily's sources said.
The Blues appealed against the dismissal which occurred late during the 2-1 win at Upton Park on December 22, and the FA panel agreed it warranted a rescindment.