Abstracts are the business of librarians who have a summarised consciousness of all the knowledge that the shelves therein contain. Foreign policy and things like that tend to be seen as being abstract - in the sense of trying to define for the purpose of negotiations such words as 'interest'. Never compromise one's 'interests', which in other words could mean mindingone's own business
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The least celebrated anti-hero in modern literature must be George Amberson Minefer. As an exploration into Freud's Oedipal Complex, even by modern standards, he is an interesting case study. He is the protagonist of Booth Tarkington's 'The Magnificent Ambersons', more famous for being Orson Welles's flawed movie than a towering achievement of literary imagination.
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The question of legitimacy was always tainted by anti-communist bias on the part of the West, so on reflection, one has to ask why there may be a doubt about who ought to be in charge in a foreign nation. The fact that the regime was terribly repressive defeated the whole purpose of the revolution which promised to practise a utopian ideology.
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Cricket pundits are puzzled how Jasprit Bumrah manages to generate speed from such a short run-up. Since Bumrah's eccentric bowling action defies every technical canon of fast bowling, this may be a case where a question comes up for which there are no rational answers, perhaps proving that Kant is right.
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