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It might seem paradoxical that Nebraskans, especially those in rural areas, identify with and vote for Republicans despite the opposition of GOP officials on some popular issues.
Like the McDonald’s hamburger, the McRib is soft food, its only resistance provided by the pickle and onion garnishes, which is sort of paradoxical.
That’s the paradoxical set of conclusions to draw from the BofA Securities’ latest fund manager survey.
THE TECH-STOCK BULLS ARE BACKBERNHARD WARNERSEPTEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
Sorokin has studied another paradoxical phenomenon in vibrating liquids — the fact that bubbles sink to the bottom of the liquid rather than rising to the top.
The fact that healthcare is struggling may seem paradoxical, given the overwhelming need for healthcare services right now.
Albrechts views, or rather convictions, were extraordinarily paradoxical.
It seems paradoxical to observe that the art of listening well forms a part of the duty of conversation.
And his glance, anxious and beseeching, sought the Nabob, as though to demand his pardon for all these paradoxical impertinences.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
The symptoms noted are extraordinarily rapid and paradoxical changes of disposition.
Perhaps they are the same ones I hated to see come into the gym, but I feel no sense of being paradoxical.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN

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