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A () An adjective, commonly called the indefinite article, and signifying one or any, but less emphatically. I myself have never seen the hermaphrodite as an emasculated male figure, but rather as an entity having its own unique nature.It does not live in my mind, as an effeminate male figure or a virago, but as a unique type of being.Your insightful response reminds me how much I have learned in 10 short months.It was initially that I saw the hermaphroditic figure as perhaps "lacking." Never having seen such a figure before, my childlike nature went "Oh yuck! Athanasius Is not the alchemic reference to the King and Queen conjoined aka the Hermaphrodite an allusion to the Platonic concept of the same principle.In a state that’s home to the best barbecue in the nation, Missourians grew up knowing that the messiest meals are usually the best.

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