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  • r  in a narrow-minded manner
    narrow-mindedly, the authorities closed down the cafe where teenagers used to hang out

  • Too many doctors are thought to be coolly professional and emotionally distant, inclined to cure a specific disorder narrow-mindedly without comforting or caring.
  • Sir: Instead of narrow-mindedly designing planned obsolescence and physical deterioration into manufactured goods to maintain the growth of our economy, why can't we invest a .

  • Katherine Legge in
    My goals have changed,Legge said. "I started in Europe and thought very narrow-mindedly about Europe. I thought Formula One, Formula One, Formula One that's where you need to go. That's been hindered a lot by money and budgets."...

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