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use "scapegoat" in a sentence

If the plan fails, Yuda would be used as the political scapegoat to destroy evidence of Oboro's plot.

This mimetic contagion increases to a point where society is at risk; it is at this point that the scapegoat mechanism The scapegoat Model, Jean-Baptiste Dumont is

Research into the specific mechanisms of how cattle contract bovine TB from badgers and into normal levels of transmission when culling is not practised is scanty.

As to the next generation, records are scanty and our only clue is that john Wodloke is mentioned in Waterford in 1538 and does not appear again in the more detailed records, which follow that date.

Life The information on Asadi's lifetime is scanty.

Evidence of jews in medieval Scotland is fairly scanty, but in 1190, the Bishop of Glasgow forbade churchmen to "ledge their benefices for money borrowed from jews".

Beyond that, the facts available are scanty.

Religion References to the religion of Moab are scanty.

This language is the most likely ancestor of modern Albanian (which is also a Satem language), though the evidence is scanty.

The wolf was a large, very old male with scanty fur.

The evidence for this assertion is still fairly scanty, though excavations at Dun Bharabhat, Lewis, have supported it.

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