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Contrarily, it was the ideal, the only, wine for seductions.

It did seem hard that things should go so very "contrarily" sometimes.

Is there anything you dislike in me that you act so contrarily to my wishes?

Or contrarily the longest Day being knowne to know the latitude.

The bulls, contrarily, persist in behaving as if they had inside information of a superior value.

And contrarily it was the same familiarity which limned his faults so clearly and perhaps exaggerated them.

Again, I say, exact testimonies; in reference unto circumstantial relations so diversly or contrarily delivered.

Contrarily, despondency, or a lethargic state of mind, causes the movement of the blood to slacken.

It is not said that he will add no more to the former testament, but contrarily, that he will make a new covenant with them, &c.

Immediately, contrarily to what usually happens in countries less African, everybody went out to welcome the shower.

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