predictably, the pro-slavery faction also used the threat of hell to their favor.
predictably, a communiqué that represents a consensus among such actors expresses a lowest common denominator.
In 2012, some states, including Florida, cut back on early voting, with predictably unsettling results.
On a Smiths-themed boat tour, the phrase ‘misery loves company’ is predictably proven.
This is as good a reason as can be found for why the predictably comical diva Newt Gingrich is still in the race.
predictably, the Chinese government lashed out and called the idea “disrespectful” and “provocative.”
predictably, the works have generated buzz, and in turn, put Westwood on the map.
Since then, America has come to distrust government, predictably and almost continuously.
This is a widely supported position among American politicians, and predictably earns another standing ovation.
We are moving steadily toward a regulatory system that provides needed protections fairly, predictably, and at minimum cost.