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  • r  as a matter of instinct
    he instinctively grabbed the knife

  • When recumbent cows and steers tried to get up, they instinctively tried to raise their hindquarters first.
  • The appreciation for him deepened because he then instinctively decided to use his celebrity as a bully pulpit for causes greater than his own enrichment or self-aggrandizement.
  • I awaken, for the first time, without instinctively looking at the silenced television.

  • Antonio Pierce in New York Daily News
    I thought I acted very reasonably, responsibly and instinctively,Pierce said. "Basically a teammate was down, and that was my concern that night - to get him help."
  • Oscar Tabarez in AFP
    Tabarez supported Suarez amid cheating accusations, by saying:"It was instinctive, he instinctively put his hand out to the ball and was red-carded and will miss the next game. He has paid for the consequences of his actions. He wasn't to know that...
  • Lindsey Graham in Forbes
    We should not instinctively support someone blindly. We've been burned by doing that in the past,said Sen. Lindsey Graham, RS.C.

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