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- It comes up now only because the Democrats have providentially made John Kerry, war hero, their presumptive nominee.
- The idea came, providentially, from France.
- In Turkey, the young scientist worked for a while as a woodchopper in the Sultan's forest, was toting bricks on a construction job when a letter circuitously and providentially .
- Amy Klobuchar in Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription)
Moses supervised the browbeating of county auditors to wring out a few more votes,wrote Klobuchar, who was an AP staffer in the Minneapolis bureau at the time. "But at this magical hour the Iron Range auditors emerged providentially from...