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  • Mr. Obama is who he is: a man of deep-dyed ideological inclinations, with a persona to match.

    Why Obama Is No Roosevelt

  • A deep-dyed Calvinist, Brown felt that he was chosen by God to combat slavery.

    An Angry Prophet

  • One thing it can do is give him a deep-dyed black-humored sense of the absurd.

    How the End Begins

  • If writers yearn to express their deep-dyed political grievances, it is, after all, not hard to find an occasion.

    Aging Well at the Top

  • Their wit, wisdom, and, at times, deep-dyed cynicism is collected under the GUEST BLOGS AND INTERVIEWS category on the archive list at right.

    Author! Author! » 2010 » January

  • His unease had long since disappeared, and two of his most deep-dyed characteristics took over: one, the result of his omnivorous, undisciplined, indefatigable reading and picking of brains; second, the great gaping holes this had left in his considerable body of knowledge.

    Arcana Magi - c.1: Oryn Zentharis, Seeker of the Truth

  • Sutton is no deep-dyed conservative with an axe to grind against self-determination.

    Untruth by omission

  • The Black Company may be deep-dyed blackguards, but they have a core of decency.

    :Acquired Taste

  • I'm a deep-dyed cynic who tends to think game-changing pieces of legislation almost always slam to a halt against the status quo.

    Executive Board Meeting, Part II

  • In the United Kingdom, the deep-dyed politics of triumphal aggression, long nurtured by Margaret Thatcher, obliges Prime Minister Tony Blair to tread carefully in his efforts to make the British feel more European.

    Looking For An Identity

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