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  • r  unpleasantly

  • Terrorist attacks have become distressingly familiar in India.
  • That verdict has become distressingly routine.
  • Price gouging by station owners has become distressingly common.

  • Marc Dann in All American Patriots (press release)
    Our purpose is to make it clear that electronic slot machines cannot be portrayed as skill-based amusement machines-a practice that has become distressingly common in our state,Mr. Dann said noting that there are as many as 40,000 machines in...
  • Michael Shermer in The Age
    Atheists and agnostics find all the candidates distressingly religious,said Michael Shermer, an atheist writer and publisher of Skeptic magazine.
  • Tim Bray in Computerworld
    Between now and the early days of Usenet, the level of abusive behavior has been distressingly constant,says Tim Bray, a veteran blogger and director of Web technologies at Sun Microsystems Inc.

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