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    Paradoxically, from that period onward it became its weakness.

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    But Paradoxically it is not hard at all;

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    Paradoxically, but excessive elegance gives a touch of provinciality.

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    The fascination with brain research has in fact been Paradoxically bad for patients.

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    Paradoxically, it's in our most enduring and important relationships that we're least likely to be our most mature and thoughtful selves.

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    Other men, more Paradoxically, seem to have an insatiable need to lose.

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    We realize that, Paradoxically, offering energy and being of service creates more flow through the system and fosters personal evolution.

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    Paradoxically, the states are more independent of the Crown than the federal government and legislature.

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    Paradoxically, they often also believe that worry is necessary for being prepared/ not making mistakes.

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    Paradoxically, research suggests suppressing urges to eat or drink, or even suicidal ideation, can worsen rather than improve the problem.

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    Paradoxically, better goals would be to stop worrying about how much exercise you're getting and to stop worrying about being too stressed.

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    Paradoxically, the preliminary funding for its capitalization got here from the US, through the Marshall Plan in 1948.

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    Somewhat Paradoxically, 45% of participants agreed that employers have a right to search for personal online information about current employees.

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    The catch is that, Paradoxically, everybody's out to get you so you need to avoid being seen.

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    And Paradoxically, that frees us up to start changing the situation or changing ourselves in relation to it.

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    That the lesson to be learned from both episodes, Paradoxically, is not that we need less involvement with the free enterprise system, but more.

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    Keynes, on the other hand, was arguing for an economy with fewer jobs, less working hours and, Paradoxically, higher wages.

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    Paradoxically, the Israeli government sparked more interest in his book By Way of Deception by trying to have it banned.

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    Paradoxically, we also need to look into drought resistance, so that we're ready for any eventuality.

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    Paradoxically, the attention of most business authors and university programs has been predominantly directed to the big corporations, their special issues and insights.

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    Paradoxically, pregnancy itself significantly increases the risk of developing the disease.

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    Paradoxically, people with both diagnoses can be very empathic and generous.

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    Paradoxically, the intensity of farm life may reinforce the mentality that makes it easy for interns to bail.

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    Paradoxically, love drugs can enable freedom and allow us to make decisions, such as breaking up with a partner.

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    Somewhat Paradoxically, 45 per cent of participants agreed that employers have a right to search for personal online information about current employees.

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    Although it may Paradoxically decrease rates of divorce, research indicates it may increase child maltreatment and intimate partner violence.

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    Along these lines, I cannot shake the memory of how enjoyable and Paradoxically relaxing it was to walk-write my way through an entire day.

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    Which, Paradoxically as it sounds, even eased the position of the frigate.

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    Yet Paradoxically the presidential race that officially begins a few months from now is likely to be as passionless as they come.

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    They are multipliers and, Paradoxically, as they multiply, they divide.

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