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- Such wayward thinking, which has a long history, generally provokes a wayward response.p. 9.3
- This theory is bound to provoke a variety of reactions, ranging from disbelief to revulsion, and a variety of objections, ranging from the quotidian to the moral.p. 140.1
- The most radical shift of late in the conventional wisdom on parenting has been provoked by one simple question: how much do parents really matter?p. 154.4
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