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The sharp landscape of the Purcells is shot through with avalanche paths where this oft-formidable snowpack frequently releases itself and thunders down the mountain, destroying everything in its path.
It’s an oft-cited statistic that 96 percent of American schoolchildren can identify Ronald McDonald.
An oft-cited example of the trend is Shopify, the Canadian company that helps shops create online stores that have gone bonkers amid the pandemic.
San Diego’s oft-delayed Pure Water project – a bid to create a third of the city’s water from recycled sewage – scored a victory in court Friday that could get the $5 billion project back on track.
The Swiss soon found out that in Hephzibah he was dealing with a truthful girl; for the tale, though oft repeated, never varied.
Full oft, indeed,They gold and silver will despise, bills ofExchange preferring.
Many a time and oft had she pleaded, with tears, to the remorseless girl who looked so soft and yielding.
"Surely there can be no harm or danger," thought Bessie; but she remembered the oft-repeated warnings of her parents and aunt.
As Bill looked over his oft-appraised stock, it seemed to have lost much of its one-time charm.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
And it was at this season that the fjord near-by which the kings most oft abode gat its name of Harding.

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