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  • s  so similar as to be easily identified for another thing
    easily mistakable signals

  • To the degree that this exciting little episode fails, it is because the Halloween setup, like the film as a whole, is too sumptuously, calculatedly handsome to be quite mistakable .
  • The twelve-cylinder excitement in the voices of Detroit's automakers was un mistakable.
  • There was a number in the news last week which was easily mistakable for a first sign of rigor mortis: 148,038.

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