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Hardened into received wisdom, this presumption is now repeated even by astute contemporary observers.
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I thought it was odd but one of our group is a retired school principal and very astute.
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The Wire is the classic example, weaving dozens of vividly wrought characters into an intricate, socially astute epic of systemic rot in Baltimore.
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Among them is Klara, a particularly astute robot who loves the sun and wants to learn as much as possible about humans and the world they live in.
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Finding creative and astute ways to build those relationships is key.
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The astute judge had no witnesses, so he both fooled his wife and pleased himself, for his will was worthless.
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Both astute gentlemen viewed the situation, and their alarm subsided.
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A pause, the slightest in the world,—but the keen eye of the astute lawyer noted it, and his tone grew in severity and assurance.
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It was at that time they displayed that astute and patiently Machiavellian policy, which finally led to their triumph.
THE BORDER RIFLESGUSTAVE AIMARD
The letter was unsigned, but the handwriting that of my astute agent, Sander.
DROSSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN

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