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“We are surrounded by other sweaty, heavy-breathing and sometimes falling students.”
“Anglophones were, for the most part, bemused by this reaction to a figure chiefly known to them—if known at all—for a heavy-breathing duet with his third wife, the English actress Jane Birkin.”
“Those who view the tea-party movement as a harbinger of a reactionary future can take solace, recalling that the most controversial social movements of the 1970s — the antigay crusades of Anita Bryant, the heavy-breathing anti-busing campaign of Louise Day Hicks — had surprisingly short shelf lives.”
“The side-taking comes not only in the book's heavy-breathing subtitle—"How Moguls and Wall Street Plundered Great American Newspapers"—but on the jacket flap, where Mr. O'Shea peers out at us under a just-the-facts fedora, introducing himself as "award-winning journalist James O'Shea.”
“A new art form may have emerged in this heavy-breathing, sensationalized account of the founding of Facebook: pulp nonfiction.”
“And it deals, in its whole second part, with a heavy-breathing, international development conference of the kind I occasionally inhabit.”
“And a note to enthusiasts: Let's say you own a hot, heavy-breathing sports car, like a Nissan GT-R.”
“Even Grace's heavy-breathing biographer Donald Spoto manages to tell more of the truth when he confides that "their companionable affection advanced beyond its hitherto platonic phase".”
“George abruptly went into his heavy-breathing, pre-attack crouch.”
“All of the shenanigans ascribed to Harris's heavy-breathing, beautiful people eventually lead to a wholly implausible denouement.”
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