conceitedly


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with conceit

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19) To be free, genuinely free, we must conceitedly reject and reconstruct the nesting dualities that govern Black lives: white atop Black, exclusion atop inclusion, victimizer atop victim, impunity atop justice, and police brutality atop human rights.
They work under a mandate to not only provide relevant professional development offerings, but also work conceitedly on communication with each other.
In one of his letters at the time, Balfour so conceitedly wrote:
When Baghdad fell in April 2003, and as American soldiers so conceitedly drowned the former capital of the Abbasid caliphate with their flags, many Muslims felt that their ummah had reached the lowest depths of humiliation.
The diver's lung brings together machine, biological organs, and nature into one, where each life-giving component conceitedly performs as an underwater lung.
That Alex Salmond conceitedly posits democracy, inclusiveness and social justice, rather than Farage's repugnant 'common sense', as the distinctive properties of Scotland's imagined community should not blind social democrats to the reactionary orientation of the SNP's politics.
A few weeks ago, Egypt's newly appointed interim Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb, maintained the mandate of the Ministry of Information without any structural changes, aside from a new motto "Straightforwardness with the Public" that the old-new Minister, Dorreya Sharaf El-Din, has conceitedly declared as the guiding principle in pursuing her responsibilities.
Having warned of the consequences of these theoretical trends over more than a dozen years, Fox-Genovese eventually challenged them conceitedly by joining two dozen others in contributing to a collection, which she coedited with Elizabeth Lasch-Quinn, explaining why they had helped form the recently launched Historical Society.