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The report also adds that John Paul was naive to believe McCarrick’s handwritten denail.
This indicates that a naive endorsement of stoic ideology might be detrimental to individuals’ wellbeing independent of the specific aspect.
I’m not so naive to think that nobody might ever hurt anybody again.
Subjected to the right kinds of patterns, naive matter can exhibit computing and learning behaviors.
Long nightmare Jefferson’s hope to quickly reverse his demise was naive.
“If you had a naive computer check all possible , it would be this 324-digit number of cases,” Mackey said.
This is one of those cases where as a naive academic, I’m not really understanding what it means to be advising two campaigns at the same time.
"More bravely than others is saying too much," naively interposed the baker.
For himself, Savary naively declared that much of his own participation in the subsequent events was mere accident.
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"Because I've been out," she said naively and laughed again.

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