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In a suburb beset by racial inequities, lawmakers aren’t sure.
Yet because this outfit has been so beset by so many off-the-field issues for so long, the progress off the field right now is as important.
Cohen’s takeover of the Mets from the Wilpon family was cast as a new era for a franchise often beset by dysfunction and internal intrigue.
Procedural fixes helped prevent the problems that had beset the 1800 election.
There were reports that Project Titan had been beset by internal strife and management disagreements over exactly what kind of car to make and how far toward autonomous driving the company should push.
The immersive universe of Cyberpunk 2077 was beset with problems from day one.
They are taking a portion of their share of shots off the top and rushing it to places beset by poverty, poor housing and other factors most linked to the pandemic’s disproportionate toll on people of color.
Their country was beset by political and social unrest, but the success of their soccer team unleashed an outpouring of emotion and a badly needed feeling of joy and national unity.
Today, Google’s purchase looks like another unbelievable bargain, but in 2006, YouTube was beset by legal problems and had an unclear future.
He was beset by his sensitive dislike to mix in other people's affairs, but almost angrily he overcame it.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS

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