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use "bias" in a sentence

Like in the Single Rectifier series, a bias select switch is standard.

After the interview was published, Schaffer accused the magazine of taking him out of context and of pushing an anti-American bias, and subsequently announced that the band would boycott the magazine in the
bewitch humans with their "glamour", making themselves seem incomparably fair and godlike, and worthy of our worship.

The Green Lady then returns and tries to bewitch them all into forgetting who they are and where they are from.

Parthenópe was named after the siren in Greek mythology said to have washed ashore at Megaride after throwing herself into the sea when she failed to bewitch Ulysses with her song.

June Tabor returned to Topic Records in 1997 in order to bewitch a whole new audience as she further challenged our preconceptions.

His tomb has been called cursed, and the ancient mysteries surrounding the famous boy king Tutankhamun and his death continue to bewitch both scholars and speculators.

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