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  • The point made is that it is not a game that depends heavily on verisimiltude and role-play, but rather a game that depends on being ‘balanced to the Nth Degree’ and havign lots of minitures to move around.

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  • I didn't feel verisimiltude when I was pregnant either.


  • I've never claimed to have a talent for automatic writing, and certainly my gifts for cinephilic verisimiltude and CriticSpeak are not what they were when I was a lad; but those who take this view do so, I think, with a bit of short sighted-ness, however fashionable in some circles it may be.

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  • In addition, although the film in general has verisimiltude as a strength, the composition of the household 20-something gay male hustler X, 20-something gay black video store employee Andrew and barely legal nubile freeloader Joey in a huge, beautifully decorated apartment defies belief.

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  • Alternatively, you can think of 'closeness' as a kind of metaphysical verisimiltude between a digital world and the possible world it models.

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  • Each and every shot and cut is dead-on perfection, thrilling in its verisimiltude, refined just so.

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  • In time, the very precise and limited skill sets that had been developed by the early counter-terrorist units - mostly geared to hostage-barricade resolution - had diffused out of the CT units, via retirees and ex-members, as well as training agreements with other agencies, until anyone who wants to observe what used to be called close-quarter battle (CQB) can see it reenacted with a fair amount of verisimiltude on prime time tv … SWAT tactics to the layperson.

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