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  • v  be inherent in something

  • Gene Nichol in The Flat Hat
    The announcement, I'll concede, comes closer to the events than is ideal,Nichol said. "But these limitations inhere in a royal visit. And they will also, we hope, help sustain a unique opportunity for all to participate."

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