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1 These developments were comparable to the temperance, nativist, and abolitionist movements of the 1830s and early 1840s.
2 I'm rather a nativist about cognition, and I am tempted to look at that pattern and wonder, did Darwin give us some innately wrong idea about the genders?
3 The nativist wing of the Republican party was fiercest in opposition to the Senate bill, and crowed loudest over its defeat—something it may come to regret.
4 Needless to say, this is not going to be the last word in the debate between the constructivists and the nativists.
5 Thus in the 1980s a new art scene emerged, dominated by a group of realist painters with nationalistic, cultural, and nativist orientations.
6 If the mood sometimes had its shadowed side, a touch of self-righteousness and meanness, a hint of the old nativist punitive zeal, it also showed great shine.
7 But faced by the DPP led by the so-called political parties nativist revolt. on behalf of the Chinese Kuomintang to the survival of the KMT to the DPP once again fall into the trap.
8 But Smith was a Catholic,[www.Sentencedict.com] a group that had inherited some of the nativist animus once aimed at Freemasons.
9 And the Swiss vote will certainly give heart to politicians in Italy who are resisting mosques in frankly nativist terms.
10 There are some who will try to pervert this precedent and use xenophobia or nativist arguments to say that every country should be held to the same standard.
11 The changes on Taiwan's modern literature after the emergence of nativist literature have always been an issue worthy of discussion.
12 What is new is that they are gaining traction beyond a shrill nativist minority.
13 Worse, the perception that villagers are straining roads and services is triggering an ugly nativist backlash in many cities.
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