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The Republican Party will not and can not, in my view, remain the majority parry it became in 1994 by tearing from the fabric of Republicans' cherished history the heart-felt affirmation of the value of every single human being, including the aged, unfirm, and unborn.
The authors likewise tread on unfirm ground when they assert historical support for the proposition that government has "an obligation not to encourage [religion) .
7) In contrast to this model, The Descendant presents a narrator whose perspective is unfirm, incapable of consistency of report, and bereft of moral coherence.
But not only does this retreat take ergodic theorists off the main part of the playing field, it also takes them onto unfirm ground.