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A law or edict that prohibits something
an exhaulted or glorified example
: [a] completely
evolved man (or woman) who could look upon the universe just as it is and affirm
every aspect of creation no matter how flawed or terrible..."I would say yes to
everything, if only I could"...
In Frank Herbert's Dune, these are humans trained to mimic computers.
in an initial or early stage "The act of writing forces one to clarify inchoate thoughts."
extremely pleasing to the senses, devine or delicious
beginner; person lacking experience or knowledge in a specific endeavor
deliberately treacherous, dishonest (n. perfidy)
to get something by taking advantage of someone
diligent; persevering; persistent
a formal eulogy or speech of praise
to make greater, increase, exaggerate
one who attacks traditional ideas of institutions or one who destroys sacred images
to close or shut off; to obstruct
to free a person from falsehood or error
scholarly, displaying deep intensive learning
the act of preying upon or plundering
one who hates people
lasting for only a brief time
lacking self-confidence, modest
speesh or action intended to coax someone into doing something
causing serious harm
a form of logical reasoning that contains two statements which lead to a conclusion
abduction; abductive reasoning
syllogism whose major premise is certain but whose minor premise is probable
to remove ambiguity
traveling from place to place, especially working or based in various places for relatively short periods.
Or a person who travels from place to place.