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Yet her writing is magnificent, thrilling, pleasurable, and psychologically profound.
He had so many burdens on his back that day and responded in such a profound way that changed not just that Super Bowl, but it changed the game.
It was almost this ritualistic thing where I was with this man through all these profound final moments of his existence on the planet.
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It feels like you have been awakened in a very profound way.
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When we look back on the horrors of the covid-19 pandemic, we will remember not only the devastation in lost lives and lost livelihoods, but also the profound breakdown in our collective trust.
For the first time in history, we can begin to answer that profound question.
In her much-anticipated debut memoir, the 39-year-old Whiting Award winner and urban planner explores the personal price of what could be described as cultural homelessness, while also coping with profound personal losses.
“Even if you do not share that conviction, it is the responsibility, I believe, of this office to acknowledge that it is a profound threat to this country and to the legitimacy of any administrations that will come in the future,” he said.
“It’s a profound injustice that pregnant women and offspring are late to the table and late to receive benefits,” Faden said.

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