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They refused to question Modi, and allowed him to use a national disaster to bolster his image, consolidate power, stifle dissent and masquerade grandstanding as governance.
"I'm in a big hurry to get to a masquerade," Black Hood said as he opened the door of the taxi.
It is you that have injured her by allowing her to masquerade as a man—a little thing like that, with nobody to advise her.
A LITTLE UNION SCOUTJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
All the shabbiest tinsel and trappings of secular music passed across the trestles of this religious masquerade.
Between times I'm making a dress and cap for the masquerade dance.
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
It was a game, but he rejoiced in it as a girl does in her first masquerade.
Between adversity cheerfully borne and a masquerade of scanty means there is a gulf which no imagination is able to span.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
A young man present asked Jemmy to procure him a suit of clothes like his own, as he wanted them to attend a masquerade in.
But in a function so important and splendid as this masquerade it was impossible to give her a part.
On St. Valentines night the juniors always gave a masquerade to all three of the other classes.

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