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“With nearly every scene granting him a wet-eyed close-up as the traumatic origins of Albert's stutter are unravelled, his performance registers at a pitch that Oscar voters are bound to respond to.”
“Best of all is the progressive dissolution of one of the festival organizers, Artie Kornfeld, wet-eyed and helplessly grinning, whose head — by Sunday morning — appears to have been dunked in a bucket marked NERVOUS BREAKDOWN.”
“A wet-eyed Jorge Posada met Jeter at home plate with a bear hug, and every other teammate followed, as the game with Tampa Bay was put on hold for five minutes of celebration.”
“To conceive of them separated was unthinkable to every wet-eyed soul at the burial.”
“From a “Why Boehner was crying” link on the washingtonpost.com homepage, readers were invited to submit photo "mashups," superimposing an image of a wet-eyed Boehner onto the image of something that might have prompted those tears.”
“I find the hand-wringing, wet-eyed hysteria of the universalist “rights” crowd more tiresome than that of most 12 year old girls.”
“September 11, 2007 lildb said ... there's so much to get the wet-eyed syndrome over in this post.”
“Instead, there were inevitable rumormongering, wild - and wet-eyed journalism, and irresponsible public officials, like Mayor Ray Nagin, who predicted that there'd be 10,000 New Orleans citizens dead from the hurricane.”
“I hope you're napping and eating bad airline food and annoying the crap out of uptight people, and that no one is looking at you all wet-eyed telling you how brave and special you are and then talking about you to Linda as though you are an object.”
“The couple has an intuitive chemistry that Bogart would only match when playing opposite his real-life wife Lauren Bacall, who presented a very different kind of love interest from the mushy, wet-eyed Bergman.”
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