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The deplatforming largely resulted in a collective short-term sigh of relief, but was a stark demonstration of the inordinate and lightly regulated power of a handful of tech giants based in Silicon Valley.
Advertising may have gone through an inordinate amount of change this year, but some things remain the same.
Roads are dark, flat surfaces that absorb an inordinate amount of heat.
Chopping ingredients in the kitchen with a knife and cutting board can be satisfying and sometimes necessary, but in the majority of cases, this process takes up an inordinate amount of time and creates a huge mess to clean up.
One of the things that happened when I went through treatment and spent inordinate amounts of time in the hospital is that the things I’d been working on now felt trivial.
Deeply as they disapproved of his politics, they respected his independence and were inordinately proud of him.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
A poorer landscape to draw never was known, nor a pleasanter to see—the children especially, who are inordinately fat and rosy.
LITTLE TRAVELS AND ROADSIDE SKETCHESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Now, then—now, then—what kind of a service would it be that would make a man so inordinately grateful?
He was always impatient, inordinately despairing in misfortunes, till the last extremity.
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
He was a smallish man, well rounded, pleasant-faced, and inordinately proud of his name.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT

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