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Cicely interfered with death as drastically as she interfered with everything else.

Mechanization most drastically altered life on the family farm.

Why was I, so drastically different from them, chosen as a guard?

He wanted to terrify Aileen if he could—to reform her drastically.

And physically, the human race altered just as drastically in an equally short span of time.

During the last few weeks he had been forced to a self-examination that had been drastically thorough.

Probability gets so drastically changed that the violent thing you're trying to do becomes something that can't happen.

There were dangerous and explosive words, like Peace, War, and Freedom which the censor dealt with drastically.

That is the reason why a strict censorship in time of war is not only useful, but essentially and drastically necessary.

And at moments when the scale of mankind reaches a threshold, it is drastically redefined-as in our times, for instance.

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