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“The only thing they’re really addicted to,” he said, digging a toothpick between his teeth, “is guilt.”
MAKING POLY LESS OF A PAIN IN THE ASSEUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 14, 2020OZY
Now, in the midst of a pandemic that risks pitching millions more into substance abuse, she is raising the 6-month-old child of one ­drug-addicted family member while struggling to find treatment for another.
One of the best features of modern gadgets like the Note20 Ultra is converting my squiggly, messy handwriting into typed text, a trick I first got addicted to when I was trying the Google Pixel Slate two years ago.
In last week’s episode, we heard how Loyd himself was for years addicted to prescription painkillers.
Because we have an entire generation that we’ve addicted at this point.
The fair sex in the East is scarcely less addicted to the use of this weed.
The draughtsman of this dignified little Act it is clear was greatly addicted to capitals.
Stirling was never addicted to mincing matters, but Weston could not quite repress a grin.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS
He addicted himself to laborious studies and had an extensive knowledge of ancient and modern languages.
That carpet of mellow hue was presented by the Captain of an East Indiaman, much addicted to wind.
THE PASSIONATE ELOPEMENTCOMPTON MACKENZIE

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