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“And the Tongue is the West, and the Ear is the North ....”
“Tongue is squarely in cheek through much of this movie, which is practically a bar code for any Sam Raimi film.”
“Canaans Tongue is rooted in the criminal world of John Murrell, as infamous in his day as Jesse James or Al Capone.”
“Canaans Tongue is a work of extraordinary narrative and emotional power.”
“Mother-In-Law Tongue is also one of the top plants you can select for removing pollutants from your environment.”
“The liquid nitrogen-toting Richard Blais showcased playful surf & turf-oriented pairings in a restaurant he called "Tongue & Cheek," while Mike Isabella's dishes evoked the mozzarella- and pancetta-tinged flavors of the Italian home-cooking from his childhood at restaurant "Iz.”
“The Fair Tongue is derived from a hypothetical ancestral language closely cognate with Proto-Indo-European.”
“BUT what Tongue is able to express the Despair the poor Idalia fell into, when Myrtano brought her home these doleful Tidings?”
“I haven't read any of Elgin's novels, but Native Tongue is on my much-too-long "want to read" list.]”
“Seems as if Setzer himself grew weary of the singular performance style and created a phenomenal hybrid of his own, integrating video, music and performance entitled "Supralingual/Sublingual: The Tongue is the Terrain.”
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