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A growing movement of people are tooling with back-end code to create sites that are more collage-like and artsy, in the vein of Myspace and Tumblr—less predictable and formatted than Facebook and Twitter.
Some of the results were predictable, while others were surprising.
They exposed qubits to irradiated copper whose emissions dropped over time in a predictable way, which showed them that coherence times rose as radiation levels fell up to a maximum of four milliseconds, after which background effects kicked in.
People need something in between, so researchers are trying to improve subseasonal forecasts, which look ahead a few weeks, using information from many sources, including predictable weather systems.
In addition, our presidential model has traditionally applied a convention bounce adjustment that reflects the predictable boost in the polls that a party tends to get following its convention.
Literally there wasn't a man to whom he could turn whose answer and advice weren't as predictable as useless.
CYTHEREAJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
So very predictable, he mused fingering the face of his big, green lettered clock.
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
It was his firm desire to bring some chutzpah into the all too predictable and dreary cuisine on this part of the continent.
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
This kind of advertising had its predictable response: publication of the new Abridgment was postponed indefinitely.
The first escape was a blind run toward a predictable objective; all right, that was a danger to be avoided.
THE FOURTH RGEORGE OLIVER SMITH

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