“I must first say that I was mostly unfamiliar with Lutz's work until reading this new book, but having done so my own judgment of the book couldn't be in starker contrast to Emily Barton's.”
“Then a withering analysis of what had been suggested, in starker terms than had actually been used.”
“Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., puts it in starker terms.”
“The more insular the group, the starker is the consequence.”
“Indeed, the impact of religiosity on support for gay marriage is actually starker now than two decades ago—a function of the fact that twenty years ago, virtually everyone opposed gay marriage.”
“The contrast with "money-grabbing" Ramos could hardly be starker.”
“You are so right about the styles changing from the pretty feminine looks to the starker contrasts of revealing figures.”
“But this celebration was probably misguided, as the numbers themselves tell a much starker story.”
“Yet what we see now could stand in no starker contrast.”
“There was no starker example than the evening when I went to dinner in Pasadena during some downtime in L.A., and decided to treat Mom, Celeste, Josh, and Julio, who was part owner of this restaurant called El Cholo.”
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