- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of write.
“It would appear that politics, as Lawrence Martin writes, is no place for an honest debate.”
“I am never impressed with someone who writes from the head because it is all theory and no experience.”
““Until black church leaders adopt different Christian approaches, ‘Down Low’ practices will continue,” Griffin writes in reference to closeted, sexual activities of some black men with other men.”
“As a fellow author who often writes from the young male perspective, I thought the voice was viable and the story plausible.”
“Charging money for the fulfillment of a private intention, she writes, is not simony because such special intentions are not part of the general right of all Catholics.”
“Shubin writes in a simple and easy style that makes it accessible to any reader, no matter their scientific knowledge or background.”
“Joel Kotkin writes about cities in the United States that closely mirror Europe's economic structure and what effects that has had on the economy:”
“Posted September 22, 2004 3: 33 PM jaime klein writes:”
“Yellin writes about complex ideas in an appealingly direct and engaging prose style.”
“Sarah Palin writes in Going Rogue that her father, an Alaska science teacher, often taught his children lessons at the dinner table:”
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