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“Unfortunately it gets painted with the same shitty brush-stroke as Paul Blart: Mall Cop.”
“There does not appear to be anything in the 17th amendment to contradict this broad brush-stroke indication of the causes of Vacancies.”
“In these books Obama strips away the layers of identity and self-deception that most of us do not bother to peel away and essentially reconstructs himself before us, documenting the process like the way that one painter on PBS used to describe each brush-stroke he was making.”
“Training at Noble House encompasses other artistic hobbies such as origami (paper folding), ikebana (flower arrangement), and shodo (Japanese character brush-stroke writing).”
“But they want to talk about this broad brush-stroke picture of this war on terror.”
“In a painting, a small brush-stroke, a specific shape and colour placed in a key position, can change the balance of the whole; in life, a small adjustment in precisely the right place and time may have more effect than an enormous effort elsewhere and later.”
“Films about painters can be spectacular, as they go about recreating every stage of a famous painting's evolution, from the first penciled line to the final brush-stroke.”
“He saw the brush-stroke characters of Kansatsu's name through the well of tears as he cried for the Colonel, who had tried, in his own way, to tell him, and for Cheong.”
“Thanks to some chance "premonition," Bacon will throw everything on a single number in the same way that he will stake the success of a picture on one last reckless brush-stroke.”
“Only the Moon remained, the Moon and the brush-stroke mountains far below.”
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