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  • n  serious weakening and loss of energy

  • But his diagnosis is well worth listening to: 1) public opinion is dominating the executive branch of democratic governments to the point of enfeeblement and paralysis, and 2) the .
  • Far from showing symptoms of senile enfeeblement, Christianity "in the past 150 years .
  • Indeed, the past quarter-century has witnessed enfeeblement and declinethe end of an empire, the shrinking value of the pound sterling, near stagnation of a formerly .

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