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Even those who were in the Capitol that day had only a narrow sense of what happened.
Google previously added a menu at the top to let you filter based on those alternate meanings and better narrow down the search results to what you are looking for.
As we noted earlier, the research subjects — college students and MTurk users — they represent narrow slices of the population.
Her terror is played out for entertainment, whether that means a narrow escape or a bloody death.
I think that on both sides of the aisle, you see these entrenched politicians, this entrenched political class who have a very narrow viewpoint of how the world should act.
WHEN MADISON CAWTHORN FELT ‘INVISIBLE’EUGENE ROBINSONFEBRUARY 9, 2021OZY
The ascent switches back and forth via narrow stone stairways, iron rungs, and one-foot-wide ledges, with nothing but a length of rebar between you and the drop-off.
Stunted trees dotted the rocky slope below as we crested the steep runout of an avalanche path and climbed in lazy circles about 300 feet above a narrow bench in the terrain.
When a big, slow-moving coastal storm blows up to our northeast, our snowfall is dependent on narrow bands that wrap around it.
The new algorithms searched every possible combination of solutions within the narrower interval.
They eventually narrowed Wisconsin’s lead to three but never got closer.

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