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“Younger members generally have less patience than their more seasoned colleagues and have already been pushing for the slow-acting chamber to pick up the pace.”
“So I say that literature is a slow-acting poison, because a person will become infected when he or she is unable to defend himself against this infection.”
“Unlike their counterparts from Egypt, Vietnam and China, whose governments quickly stepped in to bring them home, Bangladeshis complained of slow-acting officials.”
“In a knowledge economy, such stagnation is a slow-acting recipe for obsolescence.”
“Its effect on me was slow-acting—like radiation poisoning of the soul.”
“Could they secretly shoot me with a miniature, slow-acting poison dart?”
“But some of these compounds are slow-acting -- and all require repeated treatments and a coordinated, no-holds-barred attack to rid every nook and cranny of the infested household of the vampiric pests.”
“But the bunged-up feeling is caused by other chemicals, so steroid sprays, ideally in combination with a slow-acting antihistamine, are best.”
“Their choices range from the brutal to the merely slow-acting.”
“Getting angry is like taking a small dose of slow-acting poison," says Redford Williams, professor of psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center.”
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