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(1) The facts pose something of a paradox.
(2) It's a paradox that in such a rich country there can be so much poverty.
(3) It is a curious paradox that professional comedians often have unhappy personal lives.
(4) The paradox is that the region's most dynamic economies have the most primitive financial systems.
(5) He was a paradox—a loner who loved to chat to strangers.
(6) It's a work full of paradox and ambiguity.
(7) 'More haste[http://Sentencedict.com], less speed' is a well-known paradox.
(8) Paradox and irony are characteristics of her style.
(9) It is a paradox that such a rich country should have so many poor people living in it.
(10) By a curious paradox, the team became less motivated the more games it won.
(11) Although strictly illogical, Martin's interpretation of this paradox seems the best.
(12) It is a paradox that in such a rich country there should be so many poor people.
(13) The paradox of earth is that it cradles life and then entombs life.
(14) The paradox about time is that it seems to go faster as we become older and less active.
(15) The paradox is that fishermen would catch more fish if they fished less.
(16) The lek paradox is thus solved at a stroke.
(17) Fortunately, a way out of this apparent paradox exists.
(18) This, of course, was the great paradox of Thatcherism.
(19) Can some one explain this apparent paradox please?
(20) I start from an apparent paradox.
(21) Great, thought Sly, a most ingenious paradox.
(22) These stories illustrate the central paradox of town-country relations.
(23) By denying scientific principles, one may maintain any paradox. Galileo Galilei
(24) In that vision lies the great paradox of modern life.
(25) Yet they could not resolve the paradox that their revolutionary aims resulted in goods that only wealthy people could afford.
(26) It is this paradox, according to Brooks, that is the main point of the poem.
(27) There's a paradox in the fact that although we're living longer than ever before, people are more obsessed with health issues than they ever were.
(28) The faster he tried to finish, the longer it seemed to take him.It is quite a paradox.
(29) The faster he tried to finish, the longer It'seemed to take him. It is quite a paradox.
(30) Although I'm so successful I'm really rather a failure. That's a paradox, isn't it?
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