Recent Examples on the WebGhazi, who is eighty-four and barely speaks Hebrew, said that his views reflected the assimilative nature of Maghar.
Ruth Margalit, The New Yorker, 25 Oct. 2021 This argument undergirds the religious assimilative efforts of the original colonists, the displacement and the ensuing death marches, and the Allotment Era legislation that sought to chisel away at tribal lands piece by piece.
Nick Martin, The New Republic, 7 Oct. 2019
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