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“Association or participation with hate or extremist groups of any kind is directly contradictory to the core values of honor, courage and commitment that we stand for as Marines and isn’t tolerated,” Capt.
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Understanding the world requires the mind-expanding realization that one thing viewed “from different perspectives, can seem to have very different or even contradictory properties.”
For now, the franchise remains on a strangely contradictory course.
A century ago, as medical researchers searched desperately for a therapeutic for influenza, public health agencies and government officials offered divergent and often contradictory statements about the potential value of serums and vaccines.
The wave of Supreme Court action on lawsuits challenging state election procedures and vote counting across the country in advance of Election Day appears at times contradictory and haphazard.
And, indeed, geology gives us an answer; but it reads contradictorily: It says yes, and it says no.
Her clothes conceal and reveal, artfully and contradictorily and endlessly.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
But those others of them who intermeddle in state affairs act yet more contradictorily to their own doctrines.
The dying confessions are contradictorily reported, and all the reports are worthless.
He was to be taught to understand—nay, angelically he would understand at once—why she had behaved apparently so contradictorily.

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