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Cheng thinks modern ballots are “boring” and “graphically torpid.”
BALLOT DESIGN SHOULD BE BORINGCLAYCHANDLEROCTOBER 20, 2020FORTUNE
Torpid as Spain had become, there was still one point on which she was exquisitely sensitive.
I did not forget to mention the Companies, but find people, as I expected, torpid.
Its indolence, and anger at the stirring of inward strife by nature, caused it to assume a torpid indifference.
Professor Smawl ate heavily and retired to her tent to lie torpid until evening.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS
His torpid head fell back on the chair, and his outstretched hands hung lifeless, yellow, and rigid on his knees.
But if these lay like bivalves, torpid and content, another and more active element had awoke in the throng.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
I read a poem of melancholy, I saw perpetual activity in the heart I had accused of being torpid.
HONORINEHONORE DE BALZAC
Consequently the soul still remains depressed and bowed down, cold and torpid, in front of Intelligence.
Two hundred feet up, the rocks and torpid vegetation came down to the water, cutting off the beach.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY

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