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1. This theory makes sense of an otherwise inexplicable phenomenon.
2. For some inexplicable reason he gave up a fantastic job.
3. For some inexplicable reason, the investors decided to pull out.
4. For some inexplicable reason, he's decided to cancel the project.
5. For some inexplicable reason, he felt depressed.
6. Their actions are completely inexplicable.
7. For some inexplicable reason, her mind went completely blank.
8. Her inexplicable absence worried me.
9. For some inexplicable reason she was attracted to Patrick.
10. The inexplicable disappearance of some nonlocal seasonal women worders worried everyone.
11. This inexplicable phenomenon was repeated again and again.
12. Her terrible, inexplicable terminal illness.
13. Inexplicable and downright humiliating, she thought angrily.
14. For some inexplicable reason her spirits seemed to plummet earthwards.
15. For some inexplicable reason, the organization has not told the truth about its players' health.
16. But it was a fear of the inexplicable, the unknown, not of the supernatural.
17. For some inexplicable reason, some rooms of the mansion will suddenly turn very cold.
18. Indeed, what is observed is quite inexplicable on the basis of classical theory.
19. For an inexplicable reason the low, billowy Donyo hills seemed to rise and to touch the sky.
20. She took a shaky step back, mentally berating herself for continuing to react to him in this inexplicable fashion.
21. To continue to advance Rega's claims against Lauda's, as Daniele did, was inexplicable in racing terms.
22. He had wanted to tell his father, but for some inexplicable reason[Sentencedict], felt shy and slightly ashamed.
23. Once again I felt no real sympathy coming from him; simply his obsessive and inexplicable curiosity.
24. He used Planck's ideas to interpret what had proved classically inexplicable in the photoelectric effect.
25. For instance, certain building permissions granted by the Department of Planning have been associated with inexplicable circumstances.
26. Even before I was a radio reporter, I had developed an inexplicable affection for pay phones.
27. Curiously, what was in those eyes, along with decaying hope, was an inexplicable determination to live.
28. Writing is not much given to elaborating events that are brief, sudden, and inexplicable.
29. The only explicable thing, he decided, was how thoroughly inexplicable it all was.
30. Suddenly aware that the afternoon sun had cooled, she shivered, an inexplicable feeling of depression engulfing her.
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