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“Me and Orson Welles,' recently released on DVD, brings a much-praised 'Caesar' back to life.”
“There is nothing unresolved, tentative or unintentional, however, about Teresita Fernández, a much-praised New York conceptualist and winner of a MacArthur "genius" grant.”
“President Bill Clinton, saying that the much-praised panel "failed to live up to its mandate.”
“It's called the Nokia Lumia 710, and it runs Microsoft 's Windows Phone operating system, the much-praised, but late and struggling, competitor to Android and the Apple iOS software that powers the iPhone.”
“Ever since the lame-duck session and the much-praised speech at the Arizona memorial service, the White House has been adrift.”
“Rarely have I been so irked by a Broadway show as I was by "The Scottsboro Boys," which has moved uptown after a much-praised Off-Broadway run.”
“The essence of the much-praised Greenspan Commission effort was that they genuinely swooped in at 11: 58 PM.”
“They had decided they must be consistent and courteous when dealing with the media, cut no sweetheart deals for "exclusive" rights and offer no comment unless advised by their much-praised police handlers: "If you engage in one question it becomes an interview, doesn't it?”
“HBO's much-praised "In Treatment," with Gabriel Byrne, finished its third season in December.”
“Apart from the much-praised performances and expertly woven storytelling, the film stands as cinema's first new-age historical portrait, chronicling the catalyst for the degeneration of the social skills of the next generation, and the undercurrent of greed and excitement of the socially inept who found themselves with the power to rally online hordes.”
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