- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of describe.
“For "nonconformist" read "dissident," and for "dissident" read "dangerous": the term describes any art, including political, religious and Surrealist work, that did not hew to the narrow, state-sanctioned confines of Socialist Realism.”
“The phrase describes the melding of patriotism with a kind of non-denominational white-bread deism: it encompasses both explicit religiosity in public life the references to God in our founding documents and less well-defined but still-powerful expressions, such as the idea that the 9/11 dead are martyrs.”
“Additionally, the term describes the direct experience of unwelcome change when an environment transforms around someone, creating a feeling of dispossession when, in fact, the affected individual has remained in one place.”
“The title describes both of the leads, Nick and Annie.”
“The term describes the forces of evil that took from the planet first Kennedy, then Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy. ”
“The term describes the forces of evil that took from the planet first Kennedy, then Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy.”
“But the IG report makes clear that the term describes only one aspect of the overall surveillance program.”
“The term describes the acceptance by some blogs of free products or services, or other gifts and remunerations, from companies looking for a positive review of their offerings.”
“The title describes the journey of a buffoon named Sidhu -- a humble vegetable cutter in the Chandni Chowk markets of Delhi who's mistaken for the reincarnation of a legendary Chinese warrior.”
“The title describes how Hollywood is putting these turds out so fast.”
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