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Those kinds of antics, those kinds of threats, they’re really corrosive.
We need to worry about Q because the long-term effect is corrosive to democratic values.
Concerns over privacy and the corrosive effects of social media on politics have made it beneficial for politicians around the world to go after Big Tech.
Number Three was insulated against a frigid but relatively non-corrosive atmosphere.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
It dissolves mercury, and with it forms corrosive sublimate.
Many corrosive preparations are recommended for the cure of this disease, but I have decided objections to one and all of them.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK
This liquor is very corrosive, and tinges animal substances of a blackish brown colour.
Its innoccuous nature, and its freedom from any corrosive action on dissecting instruments.
I compounded this philter of corrosive sublimate and herbs that have an effect upon the skin.

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