paradoxically, it was never proved that Hart and Rice had sex.
paradoxically, these facts are so little known because they are so well known.
paradoxically, these qualities made him the perfect successor as Camelot caretaker.
And, that, paradoxically, is limiting the outside pressure on politicians to cut a deal.
Is that paradoxically the moment where Saul becomes a leader—at the expense of his protégée?
The cure, paradoxically, may lie in intensifying the problem.
paradoxically, artificial intelligence is, in part, doing exactly this.
To resist was somehow to be untrue to the deepest in him—to something painful he deserved, and, paradoxically, desired too.
There was no jubilation in his tone, but paradoxically a note of defeat.
These sites also lay within the bulldozed area, but, paradoxically, no traces of these have been found.