01. Max lied to his boss about what happened in a [deliberate] attempt to have Sheila fired.
02. In the early part of Canada's history, European settlers [deliberately] gave blankets infected with disease to the native people in order to reduce their population.
03. The city's fire chief has announced that the fire that destroyed a city block was [deliberately] set by persons unknown.
04. I asked him if he was angry with me, and he [deliberately] ignored me.
05. The player was ejected from the game for [deliberately] trying to injure an opponent.
06. He said it was an accident, but I think he did it [deliberately].
07. Why did you [deliberately] run over your little sister's sand castle?
08. The jury [deliberated] for over 27 hours before finally reaching their verdict.
09. Andrew Jackson once said that one should take time to [deliberate], but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking, and go in.
10. Margaret Thatcher once said that as a politician, you don't ever tell [deliberate] lies, but sometimes you have to be evasive.
11. Eric Hoffer once said that when people are free to do as they please, they usually imitate each other. Originality is [deliberate] and forced.
12. Terrorism is defined as the [deliberate] targeting of civilians in order to create a climate of terror.
13. My host mother has a slow, [deliberate] way of talking which is easy for me to understand.
14. Every year, a million tons of oil are spilled, leaked, or [deliberately] dumped into the sea.
15. The Thursday before Easter is the only day in the year that Guatemala's Indians [deliberately] avoid eating corn.
16. A Spanish proverb suggests that a man [deliberates], but a woman decides.
17. Computer viruses are programs which are written [deliberately] to damage data.
18. Marica Wieder once declared, "Live your dream by making [deliberate] choices rather than just responding to whatever life throws your way."
19. The music of ancient Rome left few traces, partly because it was [deliberately] suppressed.

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