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“Race and Gender Are Issues in Tense Day for Democrats - New York Times”
“This episode is Past Tense, which is where this show should be.”
“We’re in the room with the character hearing their recollection, rather than looking over their shoulder (unless we’re in Chic Lit Present Tense, which is a whole different ballgame.)”
“Tense' Iran marks anniversary, confirms nuclear breakthrough”
“Step 3: 'Tense' your penis so it bobs gently, lifting the towel a little.”
“Exploring Our Matrix: Getting 'Tense' When Reading Genesis skip to main”
“Tense as the geopolitics can get, the peace of Jerusalem prevails on the ground—until, from time to time, Orthodox priests beat up Copts for precedence at the Holy Sepulchre, or Jews and Muslims create "a monotheistic traffic jam" in narrow alleyways when the high holy days coincide with the conclusion of Ramadan.”
“– Tense issues. “forever torments his ancient soul” should probably be “tormented,” I think.”
“Why would Wallace, who in "Tense Present" stops to differentiate between definitions of 'authority,' resort to general words -- behold also the listless "thing" and the resigned "stuff" that pock-mark his prose -- over the verbal armory at his synapse-tips?”
“Tense and atmospheric, this is a refreshing take on a familiar-theme, in which football almost becomes secondary to the satisfying magical realism throughout.”
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