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“Finding that his state did not secede, he withdrew his resignation and asked to be restored, but for some reason, the secretary of the navy, Gideon Welles, refused this request, and Buchanan was fairly driven into the enemy's service.”
“It was nearly 8 P.M. but for some reason the closing of a corporate merger that had begun at 2 that afternoon ran into difficulties and was not yet completed — some delay in Japanese regulatory approvals.”
“At the last stand, when the fierceness and bitterness of the contest rose to a height on both sides, Cotabanama was captured and a plan made to broil him slowly to death; but for some reason this plan was not carried out, and the brave chief was taken to San Domingo and publicly hanged like a thief.”
“On April 18, 1973, he made a report on his findings at a symposium on the current status of pharmacological receptors at the annual spring meeting of the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics in Atlantic City, but for some reason the Proceedings were not published that year.”
“Because of Carl or in spite of him or completely apart from him—who knew? but for some reason—a fascination with the designated life takers, the sanctioned force appliers, took root.”
“And then I've never found why, but for some reason or another, as the family got older the company began to subside, and so they went out of business right after the War,”
“The good lady expected compliments on her son, but for some reason Mrs. Mortimer gave her none.”
“Tríona had always expressed ambivalence about both, but for some reason she went along with Peter Hallett.”
“Captain van Toch said to him in Malay (he could just as well have spoken to him in Dutch or English as the honourable old Batak knew not a word of Malay, and everything said by the captain had to be interpreted into Batak by the half-cast of Cubanese and Portuguese, but for some reason the captain thought Malay would be more appropriate).”
“Over the years Melissa had learned to hide her shyness with a veneer of composure, but for some unfathomable reason Hawke Kennedy had only to look at her to crack her normally self-sufficient mask.”
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