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The book then sustains a relentless focus on explaining and documenting the wallop packed by the simple and omnipresent error of noise — and what decision-makers can do about it.
HOW TO TURN DOWN THE NOISE THAT MARS OUR DECISION-MAKINGROBERT SUTTONMAY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Friends warned me about a kind of otherworldly wallop upon arrival, but nothing could prepare me for the feeling I had seeing it for the very first time.
OTHERWORLDLY ADVENTURE AT CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARKEMILY PENNINGTONMARCH 24, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
In the 1930s, psychiatrists discovered that a massive wallop of seizure-inducing electricity could sometimes relieve psychiatric symptoms.
THREE VISIONS OF THE FUTURE, INSPIRED BY NEUROSCIENCE’S PAST AND PRESENTLAURA SANDERSMARCH 3, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
I wonder if Bert's had anything to eat since he got the wallop on the coco?
THE CALL OF THE BEAVER PATROLV. T. SHERMAN
For quite surely I saw Angus Jones fetch the jungle monarch but the one wallop with his oar.
WHERE THE PAVEMENT ENDSJOHN RUSSELL
Then came there by them a knight with a bended shield of azure, whose name was Epinogris, and he came toward them a great wallop.
LE MORTE D'ARTHUR, VOLUME II (OF II)THOMAS MALORY
And therewithal he groaned piteously, and rode a great wallop away-ward from them until he came under a wood's side.
LE MORTE D'ARTHUR, VOLUME II (OF II)THOMAS MALORY
That measly little tap of yours in the last round was certainly a soporific wallop.
THE NEW BOYS AT OAKDALEMORGAN SCOTT
My paw will wallop you; you locoed maverick—you see if he don't!
THE TRAIL HORDECHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
Hand out everything youve got—give em the whole bag of tricks, all at one wallop.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
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