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  • r  in an alliterative manner
    the early Norse poets wrote alliteratively

  • In his turn, Nixon pointed to the progress of dtente, describing it alliteratively as a movement "from confrontation to coexistence to cooperation.
  • America the Vincible couches its philippics in an aphoristic style of baroque density, alliteratively peppered with Peter Piperisms, e.
  • The alliteratively named Selma Sumlin, who introduced herself as Miz Sumlin, got on board in Arcadia for a joyride to the next town.
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  • Transportation Watch: Which subway line is the dirtiest...
    Which subway line is the dirtiest of them all? That would be the D train, appropriately and alliteratively enough, according to the annual study conducted by the Straphangers' Campaign. But riders of other trains, take heed, as research also found...
    March 20, 2014 - Curbed New York

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