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1. But will Dublin's insularity prove to be its downfall?
2. Here, insularity seemed to prevail.
3. Insularity meant that Spanish colonial rule survived far longer there; then came subjection to the United States as a neo-colony and misrule by a string of corrupt strongmen.
4. The cultural insularity of music today is not simply the consequence of deficient pedagogy or propagation.
5. Insularity and self - containment, it is argued, go hand in hand.
6. Given the general insularity of India's political class and fellow-travelling intelligentsia, here's at least one country whose experiences they're willing to learn from.
7. It was a typical case of British chauvinism and insularity.
8. But at least they have started to break out of their old insularity.
9. Shyness in this instance has proved a virtue and its resulting insularity and independence a blessing.
10. Some of the gaps must be due to chance,(Sentencedict) but there is no mistaking the insularity of interest which these volumes display.
11. But a blind refusal to consider alternatives is negatively based on fear, ignorance, deeply embedded convictions or insularity.
12. The racism alluded to in the first part explodes in all its savagery, and the town – which seemed to be guilty only of a forgivable insularity – becomes a cesspit.
13. Their approaches to last Saturday night's 100 m races were similar only in this insularity.
14. Their approaches to last Saturday night's 100 m races were similar only in insularity.
15. Company a shoemaking, sent two bagman to go early or late an insularity undertakes market survey.
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