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a staunch supporter of grammatical traditionalism, my English teacher didn't care what the experts in linguistics said
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The major nominees were indeed far more diverse, but in the end, the winners reflected a sense of traditionalism.
The result provides ample ammunition for opponents of Charles’s traditionalism.
In the way that country singers often revert to traditionalism after they’re done pushing against the genre’s boundaries, Eminem may well be on his way to becoming a rap classicist.
The traditionalism of the West Side can seem insular and stubborn to some, and insistence of low prices not conducive to culinary experimentation.
Many of the musicians who come through its programs as youngsters treat Marsalisite traditionalism as a launchpad, rather than an ideal.
This traditionalism, in turn, can drift into a sort of piety often elicited by the vulnerability of the very sick or the resilience of the unaccountably well.
Their message of nationalism and traditionalism has resonated in a society disoriented by rapid changes.
But Embiid, a volcanic presence in the paint who can operate effortlessly on the perimeter, is a unique hybrid of big man traditionalism and new-fangled wing play.
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