rhyme or reason
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According to Adam, there's little rhyme or reason to the statues' placement, or sometimes even the underlying motive.
Its screen oscillated between blinding my retinas and dimming to unreadably dark with seemingly no rhyme or reason.
But even those who had no real rhyme or reason to party found an excuse to strike a pose.
There is no rhyme or reason to upset watch
Unlike acne, milia can develop without a rhyme or reason and cannot be extracted the way typical blemishes can be, says Marchbein.
My travels have led me to two perhaps cynical conclusions: Infidelity is extraordinarily pervasive, and the people seeking rhyme or reason for it all are likely to be left disappointed.
Individuals whose agonies have no rhyme or reason, whose barely contained desperation impels them to search for magic, badly need bearers of good tidings.
There will be months or years when everything is going great, and just as quickly that can dry up without much rhyme or reason.
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