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“He stage-managed Miller's public appearances, especially in Britain, and he has been the diligent custodian of his sometimes embattled reputation; he has written four books about him, and for the last few years he has been writing his biography, the first volume of which appeared in 2008.”
“Mr. Putin—who stage-managed Mr. Medvedev's rise to president in 2008, after he reached his own two-consecutive-term limit that year—is expected to easily prevail in a tightly managed vote in March.”
“Mullen also was allowed to climb into the cockpit of the SU-27 in a stage-managed moment, photographs of which were splashed across Chinese media.”
“Too spineless to concede that little Rachel Crow blew Marcus away in last week's sing-off, or maybe too unwilling to throw a vote Simon Cowell's way, she's responsible for last week's train-wreck meltdown, as usual poorly stage-managed by the hapless Steve Jones.”
“But high-tech efforts like bulky, moving screens are often accidents waiting to happen, says Garry Hood, who has stage-managed more than 20 Oscar shows.”
“The Iranians stage-managed the drama down to the last second.”
“The crowds at Parliament at lunch today – which spilled onto the surrounding streets – were noisy and fed up particularly compared to the meagre team of Brown supporters that gathered in his stage-managed appearance.”
“Indonesia took over Papua from the Dutch in 1963 and formalized its sovereignty six years later through a stage-managed vote by about 1,000 community leaders.”
“But in the interview, Ms. Vasilieva said the latest trial was carefully stage-managed.”
“We all know that reality TV, heavily stage-managed and often scripted, is not about unfiltered verity.”
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