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“There's something limited, even creepy, in all this ferocious drive, this well-applied brilliance.”
“Obama can save all that "well-applied transparent regulation" for "structural problems" for the classroom, which is where he may end up if he keeps up like this.”
“Like a good cup of tea, the savory bitterness of life and mischief within the story was cut well with the sweetness of good humor, well-applied faith, and just the right amount of thoughtfulness.”
“These precious children could be saved with inexpensive medicine or simple, well-applied public-health measures such as clean water and waste disposal.”
“Toronto is not the fungus growth, staring and wooden, of a temporary necessity; it is the result of persevering industry, well-applied capital, and healthy and progressive commercial prosperity.”
“It is well-applied to the cordon that's been around Hillary since before '92, the people who marketed the absurd idea that Hillary was one of the very best lawyers in America.”
“Maximo Park's less well-applied efforts to create anthems pepper Our Earthly Pleasures and ultimately detract from the listening experience.”
“Finally, after some well-applied threats of pressure from the Feds, the courts, and the IRS courtesy of Lantz, * Bruce stepped up to the plate and admitted, much to his professed shock, that the book was still being printed!”
“And nothing creates change like a little well-applied cash.”
“He wisely preferred to buy a carriage, and journey by stages, stimulating the zeal of the postillions by well-applied “na vodkou,” or tips.”
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