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Courts use Holmes’s categorical and abstract approach, Greene says, instead of grappling with the particular human conflicts between the specific parties to a case.
At this very moment, the people of Flint continue to suffer from the categorical failure of public officials at all levels of government, who trampled upon their trust and evaded accountability for far too long.
I’ve sometimes thought of myself as a categorical consultant.
Indeed, you’d also want to know whether a society bothered much with assigning unique, categorical qualities to them at all.
Sending everyone back inside buildings could easily be a categorical disaster.
It was a strange case of mistaken identity which persisted for many years in spite of categorical denials.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
As I dressed a number of frightful posers came into my head about you, and I want categorical answers.
THE ANGEL OF PAINE. F. BENSON
The single categorical negation of the President is that he neither saw nor read the recommendation.
The highest norms were not present with a categorical affirmation of their reality and value.
For we should discover that speech is a much less categorical matter than we had been led to suppose.

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