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We’ve seen the pandemic, the campaign and now, as you and I speak in the aftermath of the election, we’ve seen very clearly how the sinister role of propaganda has affected our national discourse.
The game’s biggest draw was a storyline which unfolded over multiple play sessions, with diseases mutating and cities falling into chaos as a sinister conspiracy spread its tendrils across the world.
Some characters buy the gadgets out of simple curiosity or a desire for companionship, while others use the technology for more sinister ends.
Then, when the host plant flowers, so does the dodder, setting the stage for the sinister cycle to begin again.
There are plenty of reasons why duopolies exist, and they’re not necessarily all sinister.
Nevertheless, this world of mankind to-day seems to me to be a very sinister and dreadful world.
THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
These are obtained easily, whence follow the sinister reports that they give your Majesty, to the harm of the public welfare.
A chill, sinister feeling crept over me, but I kept my gaze fixed steadily in the same direction.
Then he turned suddenly, and Harris saw that his face had turned most oddly and disagreeably sinister.
The countenances round him turned sinister, but not idly, negatively sinister: they grew dark with purpose.

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