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“The first step, in my case at least, is to make a concrete, well-directed resolution.”
“They're one ingredient among many in a well-directed college search.”
“But in the late stages of the battle, raw corporate power is revealing itself, aiming to win the old-fashioned way: with a well-directed torrent of money.”
“I wish I had known the power of well-timed, well-directed, meaningful praise.”
“So “The Class” serves as worthy social realism, with verisimilitude coming from well-directed real-life students and a former teacher.”
““Sober” is a tightly shot, intensely acted, and well-directed little thriller that grabs your attention and never lets go.”
“As illustration, that match is played against well-directed scenes of violence: a car bomb, a pipe-bomb retaliation, a pulse-pounding car chase.”
“Inspired by the articles, original documents such as the transcripts of the trial, letters written at the time, diaries and other information, Unnatural Acts is well-acted, well-directed and often thrilling for the first act, only faltering in the second when it stops presenting to us what happened and starts telling us how wrong it was.”
“Bill took the warning and with well-directed coal cleaned the front end of the wagon of assailants.”
“That undercurrent of alienation now has re-emerged as the well-financed, well-directed tea party, challenging the very legitimacy of so much which has sustained us.”
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