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contradictionary

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  • Since a global VW has to work in a crosscultural fashion the "Community custom and practice" approach is quite insufficient and probably contradictionary which is where a reasonable EULA can create a shared baseline.

    Anti-Social Contracts

  • I think it's just a detail and won't get any zoom, therefore it's not a problem it may as well be a marten allthough the specific flowers and trees are contradictionary to why the wolf wouldn't be carved a bit more detailed.

    Day 18: Final days of UK filming

  • Two contradictionary research results published within the same week and certainly from people of within the very same community, that must spell trouble for the Hockey Teams and Science.

    D'Arrigo et al. on Bristlecone Calibration « Climate Audit

  • I'm writing from Hungary, from a very extraordinary life-situation, and I'm asking for everyone's help so that my family, after so much work - the result of which is a collection valued by more people as an inestimable value, containing 700 beautiful and unique works of art of porcelain-painting - don't have to die in its mother-country, but can leave this contradictionary and cruel place before the accomplishment of a tragedy!

    NME

  • So anoddy at arts pool he was a contradictionary type, gouche ole misfit and one who always pound a gang, a genius whose girlfriend did his wark for him, the young sham thaking thun tuf criddles from a wilde who'd tallways play Indian - "That was typical John, to support the underdog," sed Shimmy.

    NYT > Home Page

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  • Noun. A list of words wherein each word's meaning contradics both themselves or each other.

    May 22, 2007