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Facing removal from a House committee for her elevation of various bizarre conspiracy theories, Greene spoke for 10 minutes Thursday in an effort to distance herself from those comments.
So it seems bizarre that she’s not fronting a show that is primarily political.
I loved how strange it was that each body was different, each family was different, and that America has this completely bizarre relationship with death.
I think most people in the country think that it is bizarre.
It’s just completely bizarre and unfair that people, and you’re going to run the Department of Education, you’re going to run the Department of Education and got no problem with it.
Ethan Hawke, an executive producer who also helped write several episodes, disappeared into the bizarre character of Brown, and his acting nomination is richly deserved.
Albert Einstein’s mind reinvented space and time, foretelling a universe so bizarre and grand that it has challenged the limits of human imagination.
The fossil is “completely bizarre,” says Paulina Jiménez-Huidobro, a paleontologist at the University of Bonn in Germany not involved with this research, noting the teeth may have been used to “slice and dice” crustaceans, shell and all.
The Toronto Raptors’ start to the 2020-21 NBA season has been bizarre.
If you know anything about Lebowitz, and you should, it has probably already struck you that streaming television is a bizarre place to find her.


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