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“Coming full-circle, back to Sachs' original cobbled-together hot-wired artifacts he's best known for, is his new series of beautiful foam core bricolage that imitates the highly coveted 18th c. porcelain collections produced by a factory in Sevres, founded by Madame de Pompadour, mistress of Louis XV c.”
“You agonized quite a while about whether or not to put your son Buzz on medication, ended up coming around full-circle.”
“About to celebrate our 27th Annv., so many of the previous posts can be said again, however I believe it's crucial to always think 'full-circle' with respect to what you may say to your sweetheart.”
“Without ruining anything, we can tell you that the finale features what King considers "a full-circle moment" that ties back to Alison's funeral in the pilot.”
“Perhaps as I age and settle into my own routines, slower routines, and as my body slows, I'll come full-circle and begin to redirect my envy toward the business and opportunity of youth—the very things from which I currently desire reprieve.”
“I decided that I needed to bring my use of creativity full-circle back to the painting studio by doing something.”
“Devine credits Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes and her "tremendous writing" for the story coming full-circle.”
“The AAA-IDEA paper is interesting because it is my first invited paper (yay!), and because it represents a full-circle point for me.”
“It was a little bit full-circle with him being involved here, and me turning pro with Jim, with my dad racing with Jim in his later years.”
“It was really this full-circle moment," she says.”
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