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2. Singularity is almost invariably a clue. The more featureless and commonplace a crime is, the more difficult is it to bring it home.
3. It invariably rains when I go there.
4. Acupuncture treatment is gentle, painless, and, invariably, most relaxing.
5. All things invariably divide into two.
6. We always invariably support him.
7. Wherever there is political upheaval, invariably there are refugees.
8. Invariably the reply came back, 'Not now!'
9. It invariably rains when he goes there.
10. This is not invariably the case.
11. It's invariably wet when I take my holidays.
12. After her meal she invariably rinsed out her mouth.
13. He was invariably willing to discuss the possibilities hypothetically.
14. The security guards were invariably ex-servicemen.
15. Whenever she failed to comprehend she invariably laughed.
16. The train is invariably late.
17. In portraits(sentencedict.com), chiefs were invariably shown full face.
18. They almost invariably get it wrong.
19. When questioned, he invariably dummy up.
20. The needs of patients invariably overlap.
21. This acute infection of the brain is almost invariably fatal.
22. The successful teacher is invariably a pragmatist and a realist.
23. Evil odors invariably repel.
24. If the general found his authority questioned he invariably administered a sharp rebuke.
25. Neither of them is telling the whole truth. Invariably, they keep something back.
26. Invariably[Sentencedict.com ], the left hand produces a better drawing.
27. In practice, combat units were invariably understrength.
28. Make a note of the questions you want to ask. You will invariably forget some of them otherwise.
29. The Inspector remembered her as a small, mousy woman, invariably worried.
30. When my wife sets her mind on something, she invariably finds a way to achieve it.
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