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  • For Wartena, creating work is a way of preserving his ever-changing reality.
  • It is a book that is somehow able to change reality.
  • In places like Weirton, this changing reality carries painful human costs.
  • Your strong belief did not change reality, your expectations were averted.
  • "You can't change reality with wallpaper, " said John McLaughlin, a Republican pollster.
  • However, Husseini said such events would do little to change reality.
  • This change was made to reflect the changing realities of the music business.
  • "Stop trying to change reality by attempting to eliminate complexity, " he said.
  • Instead, consumers and regulators should focus on the changing realities of phone service.
  • Praxis is the name Ellacur韆 gives to reflected human action aimed at changing reality.
  • Making families overpay for milk isn't going to change reality.
  • He warned that Pakistan should recognise the changed realities and roll back from Kashmir.
  • Even under the old guidelines, the Pentagon had begun to reflect the changing realities.
  • Levine suggested that even an ironclad lease should be updated to reflect changing realities.
  • The perception of a changed reality reaches into philosophy, psychology, literary theory, and other areas.
  • It symbolically maps the Time and Timeless as changing reality and the unchanging Brahman, respectively.
  • But they say they cannot ignore the changed reality.
  • She gives Alan the security code to the projection room where he can change reality.
  • Then, Sept . 11 changed reality in America.
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