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Nonetheless, Win at All Costs often feels less like an exposé than an attempt to fuse previously published reporting into a macro-narrative about how there’s something rotten in the state of Beaverton.

A New Book on Nike Pulls No PunchesMartin Fritz HuberOctober 2, 2020Outside Online

At Bumpass Hell in California’s Lassen Volcanic National Park, the ground is literally boiling, and the aroma of rotten eggs fills the air.

They let our ancestors “sniff out rotten food or potential poisons,” she explains.

THL is not just a single bad apple but part of an expansive industry that’s rotten to its core.

Reports out of Los Angeles indicate mail delays have led to rotten food and even dead animals.

She really was a splendid animal, unhurt either by excessive work or—as many modern mothers are—by a rotten fashionable life.

Why should not a bit of rotten malaria act in a similar manner within the human frame?

After the burial of the rotten boroughs came the railway, and a long time after the railway the artists and authors.

The examination of rotten sheep is not altogether free from danger.

ParasitesT. Spencer Cobbold

They are built on piles of wood, running out to some distance in the water, and covered with rotten, black-looking boards.

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