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The protagonists are earnest rubes, the antagonists villainous caricatures, and as in Wolfe’s best-selling tomes, the unlikely subplots thread into a fiery, calamitous climax.
Alayna Curry, an Orlando Health spokeswoman, said the hospital would not discuss Reggie’s calamitous birth, even though his mother has.
Especially now, at this sensitive juncture, when the overseers of public spaces are trying to build back trust and operate without risk of spreading this insidious, calamitous infection.
It was an election so calamitous that no result could be discerned at all, a failure of the central act of democratic self-governance that has been a hallmark of America since its founding.
Content quality considerations aside, the truly calamitous decision to open landing page option filtering for indexing was made.
Three calamitous invasions in one year might well have induced reflection in a statesmanlike mind.
One disaster after another had left him with the belief that he was marked out by fate for calamitous fortunes.
THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL
Her brother Rowsley might also be showing another sign of his calamitous condition.
While under sentence of death, Blake did not show a concern proportioned to his calamitous situation.
But we have nothing to do with the constitutionally luckless: the calamitous history of a simple empty stomach is enough.

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