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“Turn on your television and watch a random sampling of the well-suited evangelists.”
“With characters and situations that would have, by this late stage of Shakespeare's career, been familiar to his audiences, "Cymbeline" does seem a vehicle well-suited to treatment as storybook material.”
“This 1-year REALITY SHOW was a MESS and a disgrace to the many intelligent and capable women who are in politics and is well-suited for the job (HILLARY CLINTON, MAXINE WATERS, MICHELLE OBAMA, just to name a few of the BEST).”
“The incentives, structure and customs of the contemporary Senate are not well-suited to good governance.”
“What's more, Amazon may be almost as well-suited to Apple in running an app store.”
“Actually, few other areas in all India are so well-suited to pedestrians — with ample shade and clean air, unbroken sidewalks, high security and the near total absence of beggars and touts.”
“Mr. Harding believes that Brahms's Requiem is particularly well-suited to the festival's focus on spiritual expressions in the music of different cultures and traditions.”
“Her delicate faces are well-suited to the era and the intrigue.”
“Thus, fate brought the large boy and tiny girl together, making for a mismatched but emotionally well-suited pair.”
“The art is each case is more than sufficient to meet the needs of the stories, with each style well-suited and adding new levels of detail.”
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