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“Conservatives have demonstrated an incredibly well-tuned negative Pavlovian response to ANYTHING Obama does.”
“His small voice is plaintive, well-tuned and rather sweet, which puts a fresh spin on the familiar character of J.”
“They simply bounce off our well-tuned "ad shields" that lets us read a newspaper, magazine or web page without "seeing" the ads on them.”
“The talent is there, but not as well-tuned as in his later work.”
“A well-tuned creativity will feed on everything it sees or hears – those are the ‘real life’ triggers.”
“Sliwa, who usually has a pretty well-tuned B.S. detector, might well have responded along these lines: Wait a minute, Lewis, you mean to say that John Gotti and Jackie Nose strolled through Penn Station three days a week in 1990.”
“Not in sports cars, where they're mainly well-tuned and aurally pleasing.”
“If Perl's phrasing was more cautious than Peled's, his mellow, neatly turned, generally well-tuned playing held its own against that of his more ebullient partner.”
“I say we use the majority rule in passing everything that is needed to run a well-tuned government.”
“From what you've written (and your implied opinion that these things don't happen in sci-fi) I would suggest a possible reason you don't like fantasy is that you're far better versed in SF - you read fewer examples of the above in SF, because your radar is well-tuned to putting those books back on the shelf from the blurb.”
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