Inexplicably sentence example

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  • They view the opposition by others to the actions of their country as treason, or at least, inexplicably self-destructive.
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  • We are taken to a period in biblical history when, though the historical sources are almost inexplicably scanty, the narratives of the past were approaching their present shape.
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  • People have claimed to hear slamming doors when no one is there, female voices, and lights that go on and off inexplicably.
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  • In the first place, naturalization experiments fail at least as often as they succeed, and often quite inexplicably.
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  • Inexplicably, but as on so many precision bench lathes, the tailstock barrel carried an inadequate a No. 1 Morse taper.
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  • If you venture down Campus Drive alone at night, your car may inexplicably stall.
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  • Baldrick is another dim yet loyal sidekick who inexplicably puts up with a lot of abuse from a heavily sadistic employer.
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  • British author Mark Ebner who is currently (and inexplicably) penning the book Six Degrees of Paris Hilton claims that he has spoken to a man that owns hours and hours of Hilton's bedroom escapades.
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  • An album with new songs was planned after this, but was inexplicably scrapped by the record company.
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  • Inexplicably more unfocused and drug addled than the car crash of distortion previously displayed.
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  • Some games may inexplicably not run on a particular system or run after hours of tinkering for what would have been instant with a console.
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  • Then upon leaving that level and entering a new one, it inexplicably fell right back to half.
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  • Sagittarian men are inexplicably attracted to individuals that flash brilliant, happy smiles.
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