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  • n  a natural consequence of development

  • Her family was part of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), a radical offshoot of the Mormon Church.
  • I grow aware of this as I follow Yvon Chouinard along the rocks down an offshoot of the Snake River, in Wyoming's Jackson Hole, in the Grand Tetons.
  • Then there's raw veganism, which is an offshoot of veganism in which none of the food can be cooked.
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