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“Ingushetia is in the heart of this remote region where Islamic radicals are waging a slow-burning insurrection.”
“Ormsby has a case of what I call slow-burning stupid.”
“Rather than a repeat of July 2008, where everything just collapsed, it will be this slow-burning monetary tightening," she says, predicting that it will be 2012 before these anti-inflation measures really start to bite, choking off demand in the emerging world and bringing the oil price back down to earth.”
“Fans of "The Weir" - and there had better be some, for Scena Theatre is slated to open its own production in a month - may fret that such continuously dampened acting won't light the play's slow-burning but potent fuse.”
“The two are so pathetic in their slow-burning need for one another, with Keach and Tyrrell so adept at circling each other, that the scenes focused on them are almost painful to watch.”
“The Heinlein was a slow-burning fuse, with the Ripley's book standing in as a detonator.”
“You can sing it handcuffed to a pole while male dancers pretend to spank your bum if you want, but there's no getting around the fact that S&M is every bit as sexy as you might expect for a song about fetishism written by committee of five people – two of whom were previously responsible for the masterpiece of slow-burning eroticism that was S Club 7's S Club Party.”
“Collier welcomes passion projects with antiheroes and slow-burning stories that may not attract broad audiences.”
“Here's the word on the street: Get ready for fiery sanctified soul, heavy Pentecostal jams, drum machine gospel, slow-burning moaners, glorified guitar sermons and righteously ragged a cappela hymns!”
“On an album of slow-burning country ballads, the longtime musician's voice has the feel of worn-in leather.”
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