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  • n  the quality of being discursive

  • His conclusions, considerably expanded and set down in Midnight on the Desert, show the familiar Priestley discursiveness, less of his easy-going humor than usual and a not .
  • A lack of focus weakens it, a discursiveness, and an argumentative mood about the anti-coyote policy in Washington.
  • Despite the repetitions, the discursiveness, the sometimes labored irony, vejkHaek speaks vividly to a new generation that is disillusioned with power, glory and war.

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