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use "belated" in a sentence

Beyond paleo and neo Paleocon Clyde Wilson speculates that their critique of this "nasty little cabal" might be "belated and repetitive a diversion from more fundamental problems," namely "a fatal defect of national character." Here he planned to give his troops a belated Fourth of July parade the
manages to belabor some of the admittedly beautiful musical issues he explores in Die Meistersinger.

Not to belabor a point I have consistently made, but Kenya's peers of the 60s and 70s -- S. Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong -- have left their "hotbed of (fill in the blanks)" peer in their collective wake.

@thompatterson @CNN Not to belabor the point, but I'd like to have the pilot have a vested interest in my safety.

Yet the movie is mesmerizing most of the way through, Koppelman and Dylan's script showing a kind of restraint that's impressive, refusing to belabor any of its points or beat the viewer over the head with its messaging.

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