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  • The fact is that money or rather, its scarcity is a reality for everyone, and that reality shifts once you have to weigh the large, emotion-laden purchases that accompany weddings.

    The 8 Truths About Weddings (That No One Ever Tells You)

  • Set to do the same to the candyfloss-coloured interior of the Troxy this evening, if you're a fan of emotion-laden glitches and bleeps, you'll be in heaven 17 here.

    This week's new clubs

  • The justices heard argument Wednesday in the emotion-laden case of Albert Snyder.

    Supreme Court To Hear Military Funeral Protest Case

  • I can tell by your obvious ignorance of animal behavior, wild animals (hint, fawns don't run away from approaching threats, they hide) and your excessive use of handwringing emotion-laden hyperbole (vis "nasty old biddy" and, of course, the totally predictable absurd reference to nazis) Perhaps you should run off and have a good cry.

    Elderly Women Charged With Beating Fawn To Death

  • However, Belben's novel does present itself in ways most readers are likely to find distinctive, even if they are otherwise primarily engaged by the emotion-laden story Belben wants to tell.

    Narrative Strategies

  • Other potentially emotion-laden episodes are introduced as well, but they all remain surprisingly inert, both in narrative and emotional effect.

    A Sad Decline

  • That headline suggests a fraud; it suggests a particular class of victim; and it suggests an emotion-laden issue (fallen soldiers and greedy financiers).

    Charles H. Green: The Insurance Industry Is Getting the Shirley Sherrod Treatment

  • I have no idea why I chose that particular voice for Penny, especially since many of our conversations were fairly deep and personal, and many of the comments that I filled in for her in that silly voice were emotion-laden and the suggested actions often had important personal consequences.

    Born to Bark

  • In one, emotion-laden words were shown to children and dilation of eye pupils measured.

    Family under the microscope

  • They know those are emotion-laden terms that have an effect on a lot of people.

    Part Two, Talking with Former Health Insurance Executive Wendell Potter

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