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In “Philoctetes,” a soldier exiled to an island must deal with agonizing wounds, and in “Women of Trachis,” a wife carries out a plot against her unfaithful husband that unwittingly ends with his fatal poisoning.
To make things even more complicated, younger people are often asymptomatic, meaning they could unwittingly transmit the virus, “especially during a multigenerational celebratory Thanksgiving meal,” Walensky said.
Pennsylvania’s Rejection of 372,000 Ballot Applications Bewilders Voters and Strains Election StaffMost rejected applications were deemed duplicates because voters had unwittingly checked a request box during the primary.
ELECTIONLAND 2020: ABSENTEE VOTE TRACKING, DROP BOXES, POLL WATCHERS AND MOREBY RACHEL GLICKHOUSE, PROPUBLICA, AND JOSHUA EATON, LAUREN ROSENTHAL AND THY ANH VO FOR PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
When on-campus housing is close to normal capacity, students often have roommates, shared bathrooms, and other opportunities to unwittingly spread the virus.
WHY SOME COLLEGES WIN AGAINST COVID-19, AND OTHERS LOSEKATHERINE HARMON COURAGEOCTOBER 6, 2020VOX
I was born deaf, and people hearing me speak for the first time sometimes unwittingly attempt to place my “accent” — a faux pas I usually brush aside.
Advanced profiling, including data gathered during the pandemic, could identify the voters most likely to believe and spread misinformation, who could then be unwittingly used to broadcast it, says Zanatta.
Consequently, in assisted living facilities there’s little asymptomatic testing of residents and staff, potentially missing those who are unwittingly spreading the virus, according to a broad swath of those in the senior care industry.
Because asymptomatic people don’t know they’re infected, they often aren’t identified, making it difficult to determine how often they unwittingly give the virus to others.
He shrank, as from some one who inflicted pain as a child, unwittingly, to see what the effect would be.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
There is a natural tendency in men of genius to unwittingly return, under new forms, to old ideas.

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