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The New York Times published a report Sunday morning based on interviews with 21 men who alleged that Weaver sent them unwanted provocative messages or solicited them for sex, often in exchange for the promise of professional help.
Gonzalez is already one of the most provocative and unguarded lawmakers in California politics, so it’s hard to even picture what a less filtered, more aggressive posture might look like for her.
It seems particularly provocative for Google to do something like this while it is also dealing with a DOJ antitrust investigation.
Her new novel, “Outlawed,” stirs up the western with a provocative blend of alt-history and feminist consciousness.
That may sound un-Darwinian — and many biologists do consider it provocative.
I could see the way art and social change could merge—how hard conversations could become both more provocative and more positive through the introduction of creative practice.
White with passion, Gray was on the point of uttering other angry and provocative words when Seton took his arm in a firm grip.
DOPESAX ROHMER
And she had good reason to believe that no woman had ever been more charming, distracting, provocative.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Fancy coming to the country for a rest, and reading Chamberlain, most restless because most provocative of books!
THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON
But that disposition presently evaporated, and his talk was good and fresh and provocative.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS

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