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In addition, you would be taking something from your cousin that she no doubt values as much as you did — and to whose nefarious circumstances she was previously oblivious.
MISS MANNERS: CELEBRITY COMPARISON RANKLESJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
This is just one example of the technology being used for nefarious purposes.
PREPARING FOR AI-ENABLED CYBERATTACKSMIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW INSIGHTSAPRIL 8, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
But, overall, the numbers from Florida aren’t much different from other places, muddying efforts to cast DeSantis as incompetent or nefarious.
With that history in mind, it is profoundly disappointing some of my Republican colleagues are now painting this process as somehow nefarious.
Unfortunately, the spammers and scammers of the world are using the situation to take advantage of people, many of whom may be more vulnerable to their nefarious efforts than usual during these uncertain times.
Some were even re-arrested for the same nefarious purpose, and the daily papers published their names on each occasion.
There, if his eyes did not deceive him, were evidences of mortar dislodged by nefarious toes.
She was to join him a week later, after he had had time to spy out the land and make his nefarious schemes for a mock marriage.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
It wasn't built by Green, but by a former owner of the farm, who was in the same nefarious business.
This is, then, what Bond artifice effected in the absence of actual cause and in order to dissimulate its own nefarious objects.

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