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  • r  at an opportune time
    he arrived rather opportunely just when we needed a new butler

  • This word from the Cloth came opportunely for the chains, belabored by attacks by FCC Chairman James Lawrence Fly made in current hearings before the Senate Interstate Commerce .
  • But most of the $5,876,183 profit their company netted during its last fiscal year came from Dick Powell musicals, crime stories opportunely snatched from newspaper headlines .
  • Neither attracted much attention until last week hale, old, Arctic Explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson opportunely happened by and disclosed that one of Rockwell Kent's murals .

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