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His deracination begins with the education that sends him to Paris, there to lose his originality.
EGOISTSJAMES HUNEKER
They can be explained—in part at least—in terms of that social deracination to which reference has already been made.
MODERN RELIGIOUS CULTS AND MOVEMENTSGAIUS GLENN ATKINS
No child was ever made the subject of a more complete theory of deracination.
THE AMERICAN SPIRIT IN LITERATURE,BLISS PERRY

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