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When you typed a message, the turning wheels and the web of wiring inside them scrambled it.
This rather unfounded optimism for the future is an important part of tradition when it comes to the turning of the calendar year.
It seems like a machine, so I’m just ready to be one of the turning parts of it.
The Battle of Gettysburg that July is now seen as the war’s turning point, but Lincoln had yet to even issue the Emancipation Proclamation when he fell ill.
In fact, variolation saw a crucial turning point in American nearly half a century earlier—and was already widely used in India, Africa, and Turkey by that time.
Twin landmark studies published Thursday in the journal Science showed that insufficient interferon may lurk at a dangerous turning point in SARS-CoV-2 infections.
That was a turning point where we evolved from just a pure manufacturer to also an inventor and developer of new vaccines.
When he had finished, she took them from his hand, and turning them round in agitated silence, examined their seals and writing.
There was a great comparing of papers, and turning over of leaves, by Fogg and Perker, after this statement of profit and loss.
Of silence before them that salute thee: of looking upon a harlot: and of turning away thy face from thy kinsman.

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