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Her former colleagues felt that she had rashly sacrificed her intellect for her family and motherhood.
The candidates rashly pulled their observers when they declared fraud.
Too rashly charged the troops of error, and remain as trophies unto the enemies of truth.
To the intelligent, nature converts itself into a vast promise, and will not be rashly explained.
Given that half his people depend on food aid, this might seem rashly optimistic.
And a batch of seismologists can be paraded, as they were this week, to promise rather rashly that there will be no earthquake.
Alas, the pair also rashly offered a translation, which proved exactly the opposite.
It has, possibly rashly, asked to be judged on its record of improving the quality of key public services.
As for moral hazard, the expectation of future bail-outs may prompt managers and unions in other industries to behave rashly.
Over the past two decades, environmentalists around the world rashly put all their eggs in the global warming basket.
It is a term that should not be rashly applied to any nation.
There is worse to come, once he rashly decides to buy the property at an inflated price.
The critics seem to have been provoked, as much as anything else, by the wall labels he rashly insisted on appending to his work.
The host countries are not rashly constructing facilities in an effort to promote walking and bicycling without regard for safety.
The host countries are not rashly constructing facilities to promote walking and bicycling without regard for safety.
They who talk of a decline of interest in either speak rashly.

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