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We currently live in a global order that is profoundly unjust.
It also showed how profoundly a society’s grids of connection influence transmission.
Psilocybin, a compound that can profoundly alter consciousness and perceptions of reality, might be a powerful alternative, says coauthor Roland Griffiths, a neuropsychopharmacologist at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
This attribution caused generations of parents, but women especially, to feel profoundly guilty for their children’s disorders.
If you’re expecting it to look profoundly different than your current iPhone 11 or an iPhone 12, you’ll be disappointed, but there are some key differences, some of which you’ll likely notice in day-to-day use.
Another family waited nearly three years to obtain a device to communicate with their daughter who is autistic and profoundly deaf.
EDITORS’ NOTE: WHY WE INVESTIGATED THE TREATMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIESBY T. CHRISTIAN MILLER, PROPUBLICA, AND JILL JORDEN SPITZ, ARIZONA DAILY STARNOVEMBER 5, 2020PROPUBLICA
When you bite into an ear of fresh corn, you are eating something profoundly unnatural.
I wouldn’t hesitate to characterize these experiences as profoundly spiritual.
When the man responsible, Frank Conrad, flipped the switch for the first time, he couldn’t have envisioned just how profoundly broadcast media would transform political life.
After all, the novel, now reissued, and originally published in 1969, was initially called “To America and Back in a Coffin,” which her editors no doubt found “a profoundly off-putting” title, posits David Rieff in his excellent introduction.

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