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Though shy at first, I learned to convey emotions without apprehension.
Winner was also left with no time to strategize with a lawyer before her speedy apprehension, she noted.
There seemed to have been a lot of apprehension about the blue wave—and we didn’t quite get the blue wave, if you will.
It’s an inevitability of the pandemic, and it’s a constant source of apprehension.
At the time, there was mild apprehension—but much changed that week.
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I’ve thrown off my apprehension and replaced it with anticipation.
There was, nonetheless, considerable apprehension among the few hundred USTR staff gathered in the auditorium.
As the threat of a Covid-19 pandemic emerged earlier this year, many felt a sense of apprehension about what would happen when it reached Africa.
While we welcome the countless statements made by companies promising to combat systemic racism, there is still a lot of apprehension from people of color.
So the ultimate act of a Good Samaritan — and the irony is, the sort of story that we only associate with bad Samaritans had a Good Samaritan who led to the apprehension of Moseley.

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