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  • In JFK's case, leadership, morally enacted, made for a felt intimate con - nection given everyday expression.

    Right, Wrong And The White House

  • Strassmeir, meanwhile, complains he has been hounded by the press since his McVeigh con-nection became known.

    Blowing Smoke

  • HE WANTED ANSWERS; he needed to make the right con - nection.


  • Felix Mühlhölzer is wrong to suggest that I completely dismiss Nozick's idea of a con-nection between invariance and objectiv-ity; my point was that it entirely depends upon what the invariance involves.

    Relativity & Objectivity

  • "And we jurors are forbidden con - nection to anyone at all on the case."

    Lorenzo's Reward

  • Bane; I would not cut that con - nection, had I the means to do so.

    Robot Adept

  • The life-force derives from Proton, and retains a con - nection to its origin.

    Robot Adept

  • Logic drew a quick con-nection between Azure's immobility and the periodic bursts of light.

    Sentenced To Prism

  • "Stile," Sheen said, evidently making some sort of con - nection.

    Blue Adept

  • We can prove no necessary con - nection between Blue's alternate in Proton and thyself; that double could be dead also, and thou a construct adapted by magic, emulating the mode of Blue when in truth the real power lies in some other mode.

    Split Infinity


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