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In fact, that rewiring of the dogs’ brains makes the pooches innately drawn to people.Even raised by people, wolves don’t tune into you like your dog|Jaime Chambers|August 16, 2021|Science News For Students
Most people seem to innately know which way is north and can quickly orient themselves in their landscapes.Navigating the World with a Terrible Sense of Direction|awise|July 12, 2021|Outside Online
The technology itself might not be innately nefarious, but it makes it easier for companies to maintain tight control on workers and squeeze and exploit them to maximize profits.Robots were supposed to take our jobs. Instead, they’re making them worse.|Emily Stewart|July 2, 2021|Vox
On one hand, few things are as innately gratifying as banging with sticks to keep a beat.
Some of us are cynics and have a low opinion of humanity—that people are mostly bad and innately selfish.
But Diana died, and her sons—understandably, given the ruthless focus on her—innately distrust the media.
These three actors, Australian-bred and innately brooding, comprise the fabulously Hemsworth brothers.Luke, Chris, and Liam: Your Guide to the Fabulous Hemsworth Brothers|Anna Klassen|August 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Any organization asking for “purification” from something just feels innately creepy and a little sinister.
He may hail from Kazakhstan, but Borat innately understands the American dream.
Man is innately more prone to good than to evil; and the path of his destiny is upward.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
She was most unfortunate, but not innately vicious; we may say so without danger to others.
There had been incipient warfare between those two for years: and they both were innately conscious of it.The Shadow of Ashlydyat|Mrs. Henry Wood
I should expect myself to pay the tolls—heavy ones since Im innately a liar, a someway bad lot.
Ordinarily that would not have mattered to me since I am innately keyed and pitched to expect the galvanically unexpected.