BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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This evolutionary narrative and its claim to legitimacy is, again, the heart of the matter. And Trump is using the enormous prestige and symbolic credibility of his office to embolden those who subscribe to this narrative. What a step backward for this nation.
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This evolutionary narrative and its claim to legitimacy is, again, the heart of the matter. And Trump is using the enormous prestige and symbolic credibility of his office to embolden those who subscribe to this narrative. What a step backward for this nation.
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Going home for spring break is never fun. You should be out there, in Cabo, taking Jell-O shots off some exotic Brazilian man's chest (the American Dream); but instead, you're stuck at home feeding the cat and telling your brother not to touch your stuff.
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Going home for spring break is never fun. You should be out there, in Cabo, taking Jell-O shots off some exotic Brazilian man's chest (the American Dream); but instead, you're stuck at home feeding the cat and telling your brother not to touch your stuff.
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Today's the day. Tonight's the night. Everything you've been waiting for, working for and avoiding is all coming together on this fine day of November the 8th. We at the Clog have brought you drinking games before, but none like this.
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Today's the day. Tonight's the night. Everything you've been waiting for, working for and avoiding is all coming together on this fine day of November the 8th. We at the Clog have brought you drinking games before, but none like this.
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I can’t recall reading any acronyms in the works of Chaucer or Shakespeare. How has this rapid creation of new words become so common?
I can’t recall reading any acronyms in the works of Chaucer or Shakespeare. How has this rapid creation of new words become so common?