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It was an inauspicious start, and after an opportunistic campaign by Republicans to get him onto ballots, West ended up as an option for voters in 12 states.
This opportunistic capability, when communications are less predictable, is what’s being tested in Lapland.
They have a well-rounded and opportunistic style of play that has kept them dangerous throughout the playoffs.
You know it’s very opportunistic how I’m saying it, but all these brands saw the same thing and came to the same conclusion.
The choice is between an opportunistic incumbent and a tin-eared challenger.
The movement was essentially opportunistic and displayed no particular class feeling and no revolutionary tendencies.
The times were ripe for the opportunistic unionism of Gompers and the trade unionists.
The opportunistic method is strong just where the systematic is weak.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ARITHMETICEDWARD L. THORNDIKE
In spite of the high regard in which he was held, this opportunistic proposal found little favor.
AN AMERICAN RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTWINFRED ERNEST DOUGLAS
The "State Socialist" and Reform attitude towards political democracy is indeed essentially opportunistic.
SOCIALISM AS IT ISWILLIAM ENGLISH WALLING

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