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Critics point out, however, that some nursing home operators have become adept at funneling profits to affiliated companies, from which they buy a variety of services.
Although the attack on Congress may fit the textbook definition of domestic terrorism, the perpetrators do not appear to have been the kind of well-organized, heavily armed extremists the FBI has become adept at tracking.
It’s possible to be young, adept at social marketing, and nonetheless intensely ambivalent about it.
The film also has an adept awareness that such statements are always up for careful review and heated debate.
Through it all, America’s most popular media outlets have proved extraordinarily adept at finding the clouds in a blue sky and making them the focus of the story.
Adeptly, he seized the right eyelid of M. Max, and rolled it back over his forefinger, disclosing the eyeball.
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She grazed the adeptly-applied artificial bloom of the other woman's cheek with her lips.
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