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Her choice stirred up responses across the music world, and forced the public to take a long look at the music industry’s quiet corporate machinations.HERE’S WHY TAYLOR SWIFT IS RE-RELEASING HER OLD ALBUMSRAISA BRUNERMARCH 25, 2021TIME
Proving solid unit economics at a small scale before scaling will become more of a mandate given the machinations in the shared scooter market and how it showed that rapid growth doesn’t solve all woes.10 INVESTORS PREDICT MAAS, ON-DEMAND DELIVERY AND EVS WILL DOMINATE MOBILITY’S POST-PANDEMIC FUTUREKIRSTEN KOROSECFEBRUARY 19, 2021TECHCRUNCH
“If this is a partisan endeavor, it’s because of the machinations of Mayor Hall,” he said.POLITICS REPORT: ABOUT THAT SANDAG SEATSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSJANUARY 30, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The villain's machination, the lover tied to the railroad track, the train dashing to within two inches of its victim.THE SHADOWMARY WHITE OVINGTON
Lauzun was always occupied with some machination, even against those to whom he was indifferent; this kept his hand in.LOUIS XIV AND LA GRANDE MADEMOISELLEARVEDE BARINE
Did the two facts announced by the speakers at the restaurant not form part of the same suspicious machination?THE GOLDEN TRIANGLEMAURICE LEBLANC
"We are possibly more interested than yourself in clearing up this mysterious machination," Marksman answered.THE INDIAN SCOUTGUSTAVE AIMARD
I will return to Paris to-morrow; I will defeat his machination, expose his falsehood!ALICE, OR THE MYSTERIES, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
He execrated his own folly, without which all the machination of Duval would have been without effect.PAUL PRESCOTT'S CHARGEHORATIO ALGER
From the moment when Iago sets his machination to work, they are like people sliding down an ice-slope to an inevitable abyss.PLAY-MAKINGWILLIAM ARCHER

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