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Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) have shown excellent performance on graphs that exhibit strong homophily with respect to the node labels i.e. connected nodes have same labels. However, they perform poorly on heterophilic graphs. Recent approaches have typically modified aggregation schemes, designed adaptive graph filters, etc. to address this limitation. In spite of this, the performance on heterophilic graphs can still be poor. We propose a simple alternative method that exploits TruncatedarXiv:2106.12807v1 fatcat:22kx74sgafdidm3b3cl2i63hca