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To be clear, the Nets face their own questions, most of which trace back to Durant’s decision to partner with the mercurial Irving.
Jason Roe, Gaspar’s mercurial consultant, moved as did Sage Naumann, a former staffer for the party.
While she’s proven her loyalty to Orbán, Hungary’s mercurial leader is known for reshuffling and throwing out politicians at his convenience.
An astounding three-out-of-four of America’s big cap stalwarts—that typically pride themselves on tracing the path ahead—deemed the future so mercurial that they gave up.
Stars, heat and humidity, and the temperament of mercurial elders in one’s family have to align to set the wedding date in India.
Quentin Gray's mercurial color deserted him, and he turned to Seton a face grown suddenly pale.
DOPESAX ROHMER
The usual excited happiness was less obvious, he thought, than usual, the mercurial gaiety wholly absent.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
The extreme heat was rather more intense than that of the preceding day, the mercurial column standing for a time at 97 degrees.
Of the influence formerly attributed to the planets, traces survive in such epithets as mercurial, jovial, saturnine.

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