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In addition to Brazil’s political debate, Sinovac has its own checkered history to overcome.
In short, the news was exactly of that checkered order which was calculated to put us all in the highest spirits.
She sat all alone, plucking nervously at the red-and-white checkered tablecloth.
THE MAN FROM TIMEFRANK BELKNAP LONG
Together we rejoiced at the escape of Sill and Lamson, and made merry over the vicissitudes of my checkered career.
The ground is checkered with flakes of sunlight that fall through the leaves, and over all is the silence of the summer noon.
THE SAXONSEDWIN DAVIES SCHOONMAKER
Here the merry chase had swept the hills; here revelry and pageantry had checkered a life of fierce strife and haughty oppression.
Through it the yellow afternoon light was flooding now, even as then, checkered by the branches in their first fringe of green.
THE CRISIS, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
A ray of sunlight filtering through the white dimity curtains cast a checkered shadow on the antique rug.
In my youth men whose natures shrank not from encounter with their enemies lacked not, I warrant you, a checkered experience.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
Overhead the sun shone, making kaleidoscope effects of the spring flowers in the checkered beds.
GLORY OF YOUTHTEMPLE BAILEY

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