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“We appreciate your fleshed-out dialogue and descriptions.”
“More fleshed-out thoughts to this effect here, fwiw.”
“With its well fleshed-out characters and dense, intricately plotted storylines, the show has engaged and fascinated a whole new generation of TV viewers and actually given us an intriguing, heady story that people will watch.”
“The well-articulated, 3 and ¾-inch toys were complemented by playsets, vehicles, and a fleshed-out back story, depicting the war between G.I. Joe and Cobra Command.”
“I think there is still some room for developing a fleshed-out market for commodities.”
“The tome, written by the not-so-dark mistress of sparkly vampire lore, Stephenie Meyer, promises to include fleshed-out character bios, illustrations, genealogical charts, nearly 100 illustrations and photos.”
“MC: When I first saw "Hoxwinder Hall," it seemed fairly fleshed-out already.”
“Sure there is conflict in the relationship, but because the characters are fully fleshed-out people who have different opinions from time to time.”
“As a writer who sets her novels in fully fleshed-out universes, do you identify with Ari more than -- or differently than -- other characters you've created?”
“During these “Thirty Days and Nights of Literary Abandon,” I commit myself to drafting the fleshed-out skeleton of a new work in toto, at least 50,000 words, usually more.”
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