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“Despite a certain patness in the structure (Helen's father learns to be easier on his son as he is learning to be harder on his daughter; Annie's own damaged heart opens in concert with Helen's ability to interact usefully with the world), it's a lovely play, well-written, well-woven, a little sentimental, but not excessively so.”
“You spend 6 years building up that amazing well-woven mystery wrapped in a puzzle covered in an enigma blanket and then you end with the heavenly light bit.”
“It was a very carefully planned bed, more like a well-woven rug than like a vegetable patch.”
“Then it was that from their well-woven cars they both leaped straight to the ground, the son of Zeus and the son of the”
“The charioteers standing on their well-woven cars, urged on their swift horses with loose rein; the jointed cars flew along clattering and the naves of the wheels shrieked loudly.”
““Eight layers of well-woven good Northumberland sheep shearings, Sir John, nine if one counts the woolen drawers.””
“Among other things, we have recently seen an outbreak of great social instability across Europe and other reactions of the poor to their miserable conditions in different parts of the world, always putting into question the image of seemingly harmonious well-woven tapestries of diverse groups because, in good measure, we continue to fail to implement our own decisions of the United Nations World”
“Given such a grand, intricate and well-woven web of deceit, the imprudent rush to rally around the Bush administration with blind patriotism and support an unjust war comes into focus.”
“The plot is familiar but well-done (four generations of women holding back Badness through magic) and her use of the local elements is well-woven into the action.”
“They were clad in well-woven kilts and leathern sandals.”
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