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The best arguments for using Excelsior Pass are that you’re less likely to accidentally misplace an important record on a little piece of paper — and you’re more likely to move quickly through line.
His mummified corpse was found by hikers in the 1990s, but his stomach was mysteriously misplaced until a couple of years ago—and it turns out he definitely didn’t die hungry.
Even if our pandemic-related guilt may be misplaced, Stoddard says we can still use the feeling for its positive function and make amends.
She does not misplace her embellishments with the error of some human artists.
I was so afraid I'd forget and flop down on them, or misplace something, that I came in here to read awhile.
THE LITTLE COLONEL: MAID OF HONORANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
From ignorance we may misplace animals, and include them under the wrong division.
She thought it cleverer to withhold trust from everybody, lest she misplace it in somebody.
But if we blew it up now, Slade will put the blame on us—— Tell you what—I'll just misplace the key.
BLOOM OF CACTUSROBERT AMES BENNET
The Romans never misplace an accent, and rarely mistake the proper quantity of a syllable long or short.
AVE ROMA IMMORTALIS, VOL. 1FRANCIS MARION CRAWFORD
Second: Because it seems to me to misplace the emphasis by putting the material before the spiritual in human happiness.

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