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agnostic

a person who holds that knowledge of a Supreme Being, ultimate cause, etc., is impossible
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Mynt President Anthony Thomas said his group has built the GCash app to be zero-rated and telco agnostic to help enable more Filipinos to participate in the digital lifestyle.
Adam Tomkins, Scottish Conservative shadow constitution secretary, said: "It is unacceptable that a leading SNP candidate is agnostic about the currency of your pension, your mortgage and your job."
Nathan Alexander shows convincingly how the origin of the term "agnostic" (as opposed to "atheist") is rooted in distinctions of social class, status, and privilege.
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IN SEPTEMBER 1984, the widely read punk zine Maximum Rocknroll published its review of Victim in Pain, the debut album by a New York City band called Agnostic Front.
Humbled and scared, I slowly, stealthily (like Eliot's crab) tiptoed out of the nursery and went to sleep an agnostic.
Agnostic Front was an important part of the New York hardcore music scene of the 1980s, and, as the band's lead singer, Roger Miret lived through a violent, drug-fueled, and indisputably memorable era.