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Were You Bamboozled By The Words From February?

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After winning the tournament at Torrey Pines in San Diego by five strokes over five other players, Reed reiterated his assertions that event officials told him everything he did was fine.
Speaking in Spanish, Silveti refused to talk about the mission, and disavowed his own book, Secuestro, over issues with his ghostwriter, but reiterated the claim that he saved the United States.
Hot 3-point streaks can build leads — and to reiterate, the Raptors have held double-digit leads in six of their losses — but low-variance shots, like those taken around the rim, are required to hold leads.
Manchin reiterated his position after the 2020 election — though before Democrats retook the Senate by winning both Georgia runoffs — by saying, “I will not vote to do that.”
Three of the sisters, Earlene, Angela and Lisa, went to Treyburn on April 6 to reiterate the demand that their mother be transferred to a hospital for treatment, Howze states through her complaint.
When she awoke next morning raindrops were beating a reiterative plaint against the window, and the sound seemed very beautiful.
MISSYDANA GATLIN
He was equally particular and reiterative in his account of his slow recovery.
CAPTAIN RAVENSHAWROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
In the former case, thought is futilely reiterative; in the latter, it is falsificatory.
It is this reiterative nature which, joined to its schematic definiteness, gives Empathy its extraordinary power over us.
THE BEAUTIFULVERNON LEE
A sense of fear inspired by no facts but by the reiterative rhetoric of the press swept the city.
GARGOYLESBEN HECHT

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