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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dazzle.

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Examples

  • McPherson again dazzles with his gift for dialog, but the true wonder here is how a story laden with clichés can sneak up on you.

    Hearts of Gold

  • McPherson again dazzles with his gift for dialog, but the true wonder here is how a story laden with clichés can sneak up on you.

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  • Arden's dazed, wondering admiration, saying to himself, "Dey ain't used to such young ladies as mine, up here -- it kind o 'dazzles' em."

    What Can She Do?

  • He frequently intimidates or "dazzles" her into doing what he wants her to do, he isolates her from her family and friends, and he makes sure that she is completely dependent on him.

    Cinematical

  • (I could never really imagin how scary he could be in the book because all I hear from bella is he "dazzles" her) 6.

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  • (I could never really imagin how scary he could be in the book because all I hear from bella is he "dazzles" her) 6.

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  • I just thought of a way that the studio, screenwriter and director can redeem themselves for what I felt was a rushed, over simplified presentation of the Bella & Edward love story - So many things were missing (my favorites - when they kiss before they leave for the baseball game and she faints and then when they get there and Edward has to "tamper with her memory" before they run to the baseball game and he "dazzles" her then kisses her and she gets out of hand) - Here is where they can make it right: In the beginning of New Moon where Bella reflects back on "the best summer anyone ever had" with Edward ... right at that point they could introduce flashbacks with her voice over showing us all the scenes that should have been in the movie but weren't. also they need to put in the history of Carlisle and the volturi

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  • I just thought of a way that the studio, screenwriter and director can redeem themselves for what I felt was a rushed, over simplified presentation of the Bella & Edward love story - So many things were missing (my favorites - when they kiss before they leave for the baseball game and she faints and then when they get there and Edward has to "tamper with her memory" before they run to the baseball game and he "dazzles" her then kisses her and she gets out of hand) - Here is where they can make it right: In the beginning of New Moon where Bella reflects back on "the best summer anyone ever had" with Edward ... right at that point they could introduce flashbacks with her voice over showing us all the scenes that should have been in the movie but weren't. also they need to put in the history of Carlisle and the volturi

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  • "dazzles" at highlight points, partial color filter to mute surrounding colors, even fish-eye filter to create interesting fish-eye lens effects.

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  • Picasso's "Flowers" 1901 is an early, Impressionist-inspired work that shows little of the artist's later abstraction but still dazzles with its unusual color and off-balance composition.

    Tulips (and Other Flowers) From Amsterdam Putting the culture into horticulture

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