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If we live in a tenably loving universe, and it had been created by some Godly Intelligence -- what other definable source created what so obviously and vividly has been a complicated and intelligent creation?
In any case, it can be tenably argued that the operational mechanics behind The Great Leveling are likely to exceed their physical universe blueprints.
Greed Revisited 2008
There is a point behind this searing melodrama that warrants participation -- an admittedly brazenly-stated conviction whose roots support a non-random world view, as has been consistently (and tenably, tenably, tenably) promoted here.
Not just because of what Guard had said, nor even because of his laughter, but because, unbelievably, un - wantedly and un tenably she had just had the most appallingly clear mental image of Guard's naked body -- a body which, in that brief, illuminatory vision, had been both arrogantly male and erotically aroused.
Unwanted Wedding Jordan, Penny 1995
His films stopped being tenably very fucked up inside and sexually confused, and without that, I'm just not as personally interested, I guess.