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This book scrupulously avoids simplistic, good-bad binaries.
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Throwing a blanket on a group of people and treating them all the same comes from a very simplistic point of view and ignores the unique and valid story that each of us has.
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These fellowships will not produce simplistic disaster narratives that underscore pre-existing tropes, and we don’t want parachute journalism from reporters who have no history with or insight into the communities they’re writing about.
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While it does create a more simplistic menu for users, users may also benefit from an alphabetized, searchable drop-down menu in addition to the four main options.
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No, not along this line of one-dimensional, linear, simplistic form of determinism.
THE CIVILIZATION OF ILLITERACYMIHAI NADIN
The structure of the Ars Grammaticae, however, follows a much more simplistic design than that of the Arte.
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The Discourse typifies Sheridan's simplistic interpretation and the evangelistic ardor with which he addressed his audiences.
We cannot resort to simplistic or extreme solutions which substitute myths for common sense.
I urge Congress to continue on this steady path and resist the simplistic solutions that have been proposed as alternatives.