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That official, Barbara Cegavske, was taken to task less for failing to answer questions about purported fraud than her failure to treat them as serious in the first place.
As for the purported side effects, it’s important to keep the context in mind.
In a speech shortly before the Capitol was locked down that day, he deployed his practiced debate-team tenor in service of just-raising-some-questions about purported fraud.
If this purported ceasefire was ever real, it is now a distant memory.
He said she needed to purchase “MoneyPak” electronic cash transfer cards — at one point transferring the call to his purported supervisor, who also had assumed the name of a real Montgomery officer.
Mechem says that if at the time of signing, the person doing so purported to act as agent, the act might be ratified.
Then, settling back with what purported to be a sigh of bliss, he regarded Marie sitting small and still and listless beside him.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
The plotters knew very well what he would do if he should get a wire which purported to be your resignation.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE
My business purported to be buying up butter and eggs, at the farm-houses, for the rebel army.
To Frulein Dollmann the wreck-works were evidently what they purported to be, and nothing more.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS

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