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“A senseof space and gravity, the three-dimensional physicality of the dancers, their power and effort: none of these things, they say, will survive the transfer to a computer screen.”
“It's politically savvy, and substantive, and thoughtful -- not only intellectually, but also in the senseof consideringother people's feelings -- and persuasive, and and and ...”
“Americanshave a vague senseof the magnitude of that number.”
“Wherever he turned, he saw faces flushed with dancing, wine, and the intoxicating senseof proximity to power.”
“With an inflated senseof his own importance, he urged the army to put down the revolt with grapeshot.”
“A powerful senseof a fantastical reality is brought about in the book through its setting,characters and plot.”
“Rocker's a rockhead, but making senseof Prospal's comments isn't so easy”
“They limited their conversation to shared observations of the surrounding terrain, refrainingfrom discussing more serious subjectsand ruining the senseof being lost inEden.”
“With great urgency and desire, a real senseof purpose.”
“I'd wake up and I'd feel this terrible feeling, this senseof doom.”
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