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extricate

(eks′trĭ-kāt″) [L. extricare, to disentangle, clear]
To free from entrapment, as a person from a fallen building or a crushed automobile.
extrication (eks″trĭ-kā′shŏn)
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But recently, there has been proof positive that the breadth of the state's resources goes beyond the extricable.
Another task we meet as readers, not extricable perhaps from the first, is to think about the possibility that none of this is art, not even the book we're reading; that all of it is art; that we no longer have a clue about what art is; or more profoundly what its office (interest?
Then, of course, his peers in writing too often felt his work had no defining philosophy, no extricable "meaning" etc.