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Ergo if the finest minds at Breitbart can't find him, Dunham's story must be fabricated.
Ergo, DAPA will cause another surge—and that future surge will likewise prove burdensome to Texas.The New Texas Governor’s Cynical Immigration Threat|Ruben Navarrette Jr.|December 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ergo, we should call him Scottie in da club because he is figuratively beaming himself up by smoking a blunt in da club.R. Kelly’s Craziest Lyrics From ‘Black Panties,’ Analyzed|Chancellor Agard|December 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Walmart cashes about 18 percent of food stamps in the U.S. Ergo, any cut would be bad news for the company.
Ergo, the only way for Israel to remain both a democracy and a Jewish state was to give up occupied land.
One day erbout three mont's ergo, dis yer lady come en she des wheedled me ter let her in.The Crossing|Winston Churchill
Ergo, the work taking shape on the canvas was his, Paragot's.The Belovd Vagabond|William J. Locke
Nobody had ever asked such questions before: ergo, they ought never to be asked.Earl Hubert's Daughter|Emily Sarah Holt
Apostolus autem e contra prohibet Galatis: si circumcidimini Christo nihil vobis prodest: Ergo iste contrarius illi.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume I|Henry Charles Lea
But Persis had told him that she had never loved any man; ergo, she had not loved Enslee—if Enslee could be called a man.What Will People Say?|Rupert Hughes
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Latin word meaning “therefore”; usually used to show a logical conclusion: “Birds are warm-blooded animals, and reptiles are cold-blooded animals; ergo, no bird is a reptile.”