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The dogma that a plant cell wall is a thick, more or less permanent barrier “basically disappears with this study.”
We’ve let our intuition and dogma kind of bias us to the point where we might be missing a lot of important biology.
Michel and Nonardo were discriminated against by society and the dictatorship that governs the country and represses anyone who does not agree with its dogmas.
For Japan, part of the protective dogma has been the idea that the virus is spread most perniciously when people speak loudly or shout.
Andrew Yang agrees with this diagnosis — but not with the rest of the economic dogma.
Such are the ideas which the dogma of gratuitous predestination gives of Divinity!
The fear of ceasing to be is but an evil for the imagination, which alone brought forth the dogma of another life.
It must be made perfectly clear, said the bishop, that Christianity was a religion, and not a dietetic dogma.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
How do they reason upon a dogma, and quarrel with acrimony about a system of which even themselves can comprehend nothing?
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
The dogma of the immortality of the soul, or of a future life, presents nothing consoling in the Christian religion.
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH

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