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Advanced cohesion

John bought a red pencil and Mary a blue one.

 

The killer whale tosses the penguin into the air and generally torments its prey before it eats it.

 

Whilst not denying the existence of identity issues - usually attributed to colonial practices and their repercussions - in Third World countries such as Egypt, one cannot claim Europe is deprived of them. The European population, mainly Caucasian until World War II, has become an unavoidably noticeable mix of all races, languages, and sometimes contradictory cultural habits. This situation has created complex identity issues based on a debate on how far the acceptance of the Other can go.

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