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You could be pulled under water by the dangerous undercurrents.
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Crooks' bid for office is part of a wider anti-Trump undercurrent in elections since the president's inauguration.
Kate does have narratives—albeit minor ones—unrelated to her weight, but the undercurrent of her body issues still exists.
That undercurrent of bitterness that runs between colleagues vying for the same promotion?
These are meaty scenes with dark moral shadings and quietly roiling emotional undercurrents.
Here in Portland, the issue of racial inequality and displacement still lurks in the undercurrent of a very progressive city,'' Outlaw said moments after she was formally sworn in as the city's first African American female chief.
The undercurrent of attempts by the government to confuse, obfuscate and downright lie to the American people, including urging people not to believe the media, rings true today.
An undercurrent of unease remained, but aided by the euphoria accompanying the end of the war, traffic returned to streets, schools and businesses reopened, society returned to normal.
The Catholic faith of Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.), the Democratic candidate for president that year, had become an undercurrent of the campaign.
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