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For travelers like me circumscribed by the pandemic, aromas offer the chance to revisit cherished journeys.
Such is the unbearable situation created in a culture quick to judge, to expel and especially to circumscribe the lives of women.
The youngest presidents tended to think more clearly about policies that would benefit future generations, and were less circumscribed by longstanding norms and prejudices.
HOW OLD SHOULD A PRESIDENT BE?DANIEL J. LEVITINOCTOBER 22, 2020VOX
Their opponents accepted the issue, and resolved to circumscribe the duke's inordinate powers.
It is my wish to state it with precision and circumscribe its limits here at the very start.
MYSTERIOUS PSYCHIC FORCESCAMILLE FLAMMARION
A new spirit has now gone abroad which no walls can bound or circumscribe.
REVISITING THE EARTHJAMES LANGDON HILL
This finally came to be so urgent that it even involved an effort to circumscribe the futile activities.
THE ORDEALCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
Of a simple and solid edifice, it is not easy, however, to circumscribe the duration.
About a given circle to circumscribe a triangle equiangular to a given triangle.
It has also been deemed desirable to circumscribe the two round towers of the south west Transept with iron bands.
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