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How excellent! A truly positive and helpful addition to the miasma of suspect data.
However, the book soon descends into a miasma of poorly applied statistics.
But a miasma of other dark fears soon arose, and has yet to dissipate.
But moments of complete lucidity occasionally cut through the miasma.
The miasma of toxic stink leaves you gasping, breezes batter you with filth, and even the rats look forlorn.
In a protracted bear market, such as the 2000-02 market miasma, redemptions can last a long time.
The doors slide open and a puff of refrigerated air confronts the city's summertime miasma.
Over time, a picture takes shape out of the miasma of secrecy.
And it isn't only the smears: a general miasma of personal nastiness hangs over the government.
Suddenly the visitors were enveloped in a foul mist, a miasma reeking of stinking fish, and worse.
What's more, when the water level changes it unleashes a miasma of disease from exposed sewage.
There was quite a miasma in the traffic tunnels, and some diesel exhaust odor could be smelled in the actual records storage area.

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