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And yet, even as the histories of residents' lives are recovered and reclaimed, the complexities of the past are inevitably flattened, condensed into digestible and relatable narratives.
In this light, bringing digestible ethics lessons to the masses can be seen as a moral act, ensuring that those who don’t spend hours poring over Kant and Judith Jarvis Thomson are also privy to what’s gained from understanding how people think.
There’s a reason most races host a pasta party—white noodles are a readily available source of easily digestible carbohydrates.
It’s more digestible, and that might actually be the saving of music videos.
Course-correcting back to less challenging, easily-digestible mainstream appeal hasn't worked particularly well, either, to this point.
Up to 32 Chinese celebrities — including A-listers like Jackie Chan and Li Bingbing, as well as Donnie Yen, late of Rogue One — have been recruited to make the Party's message more digestible for audiences.
The process also may increase the shelf life of a food and make some foods more digestible, Shanahan said.
The former, favored by Trump administration officials, is more easily digestible, but more obviously deceptive.
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