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Meanwhile, two-thirds of the stuff residents used to buy in person at local shops now gets delivered by a bewildering array of sidewalk-rolling, stair-climbing, and low-flying bots.
Pennsylvania, one of the most hotly contested battlegrounds in the presidential election, has rejected 372,000 requests for mail-in ballots, straining election offices and bewildering voters.
PENNSYLVANIA’S REJECTION OF 372,000 BALLOT APPLICATIONS BEWILDERS VOTERS AND STRAINS ELECTION STAFFBY RYAN MCCARTHY AND DEREK WILLIS, PROPUBLICA, AND JONATHAN LAI, THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIREROCTOBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
The story around TikTok has changed day by day, and the bewildering pace of the negotiations has made it easy to lose sight of the purpose of the ban.
The same is true for the bewildering variety of brain-function enhancers being pitched with their “scientifically proven benefits.”
The attempt failed, and was followed by a rapid succession of miscellaneous thrusts and passes in bewildering variety.
And now, hosts of bewildering and confused ideas came crowding on his mind.
The excitement of the day, and this dim light of stars and bewildering mist combined to trick me.
She wondered if he had met as many people and received as many bewildering impressions as she had done.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Very cautiously he lowered the mental barrier and the man's thoughts impinged on his mind in bewildering confusion.
THE MAN FROM TIMEFRANK BELKNAP LONG
And so they were caught fairly and squarely by the deluge that swept upon them with a bewildering suddenness.

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