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Use "no wonder" in a sentence
"With Bernays-inspired mass persuasion developed to such a high art, and an American populace increasingly conditioned to make emotion-based decisions, it was no wonder a majority of voters could be induced to elect Barack Obama as president."
"It was no wonder Mr. Arbuthnot had banned the article."
"It was no wonder the silver-haired man was familiar; now that his eyes were used to the pub atmosphere, Cormac could see that the man in question was Garrett Devaney—the policeman he and Nora had met down in Galway."