Thesaurus / aberration


They were also an aberration from conventional music industry logic.HOW TIKTOK IS CHANGING THE MUSIC INDUSTRYSTACEY ANDERSONFEBRUARY 21, 2021QUARTZ
January 6th was a culmination of the president’s actions, not an aberration from them.I WAS SKEPTICAL OF DEMOCRATS PURSUING A SECOND IMPEACHMENT. I WAS WRONG.KAREN TUMULTYFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We will also be investigating any aberrations and issues in the mail-in voting process as we find them, and telling the stories of the people and communities impacted most.MILLIONS OF MAIL-IN VOTES HAVE ALREADY BEEN CAST IN BATTLEGROUND STATES. TRACK THEIR PROGRESS HERE.BY PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
Our current era of seesawing power is the historical aberration, and as political scientist Frances Lee argues in her book Insecure Majorities, it has reshaped Congress and made bipartisan compromise nearly impossible.THE DEFINITIVE CASE FOR ENDING THE FILIBUSTEREZRA KLEINOCTOBER 1, 2020VOX
The city’s death statistics reveal an aberration, ProPublica found.SENT HOME TO DIEBY ANNIE WALDMAN AND JOSHUA KAPLANSEPTEMBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
Even a thinking machine must have its moments of aberration.THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
But this easiness is only possible, in promiscuity, which is possibly a worse ill than aberration.THE NATURAL PHILOSOPHY OF LOVEREMY DE GOURMONT
Nevertheless it would be imprudent wholly to rule out this form of sexual aberration from the causes of variability of species.THE NATURAL PHILOSOPHY OF LOVEREMY DE GOURMONT
The spiritual culture of Greece an aberration of the amazing political impulse towards ἁριστεὑειν.WE PHILOLOGISTS, VOLUME 8 (OF 18)FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
His instinct, which was stronger than his intelligence, told him that such an aberration was possible.THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL. 2ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS


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