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Ending the filibuster, perversely enough, makes both fears more real.
KEEP THE FILIBUSTER, THERE ARE BETTER WAYS TO REFORM A BROKEN SYSTEMDAVID FRENCHMARCH 23, 2021TIME
Like, we’ve perversely gotten used to the “fake votes,” “fake news” stuff.
TRUMP CAN’T POSTPONE THE ELECTION, BUT HE CAN DELEGITIMIZE THE RESULTS.SARAH FROSTENSON (SARAH.FROSTENSON@ABC.COM)JULY 30, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Perversely I continue to be the subject of contradictory and conflicting moods impossible to understand and difficult to describe.
FIBBLE, D. D.IRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB
Perversely, since he seemed bent on rejecting my reward, I became anxious to press it upon him.
GREENER THAN YOU THINKWARD MOORE
Perversely it made August think of Emmy, his wife, and acute dread touched him at the mockery of her wasting despair.
THE HAPPY ENDJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
Perversely enough, whilst Ora's husband was a commonplace though intelligent attorney, Ora was married to a Montana mine-owner.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 147, OCTOBER 14, 1914VARIOUS
Perversely enough, they had been drawn together by the very attraction of dissimilarity.
GIGOLOEDNA FERBER
Perversely reluctant, the better nature that was in Mrs. Presty rose to the surface, forced to show itself.
THE EVIL GENIUSWILKIE COLLINS
Perversely Bud declined to become confidential, and Honey Krause changed the subject abruptly.
COW-COUNTRYB. M. BOWER
Perversely, they persisted in huddling in close, tight clusters, as though drawn together by a gravitation of common discomfort.
LOCAL COLORIRVIN S. COBB

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