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  • CONS: The plot feels all over the place, never really comes together, and then is hastily wrapped-up.

    REVIEW: Unseen Academicals by Terry Pratchett

  • CONS: The plot feels all over the place, never really comes together, and then is hastily wrapped-up.

    January 2010

  • Here was a movie that refused to smooth things out for audiences, or to supply them with a neatly wrapped-up happy ending -- a trait of some of the better films of that decade.

    Marshall Fine: The 10 Best Films of 2011

  • My text, Eric's illustrations, all wrapped-up in one dark, dreamy kid's book.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Cable's niche audiences gives it the freedom to shake up the classic formula of neatly wrapped-up endings, laugh tracks and likable characters.

    Cable's Weird New Sitcoms

  • My text, Eric's illustrations, all wrapped-up in one dark, dreamy kid's book.

    A Not-So Sekrit Projekt

  • Spend enough time in your own building wrapped-up in the drama of your own problems and you can begin to develop the misapprehension that your JCC has nothing in-common with any other JCC.

    JCCA Brings its Executive Seminar Conference to DC « The Blog at 16th and Q

  • Cable's niche audiences gives it the freedom to shake up the classic formula of neatly wrapped-up endings, laugh tracks and likable characters.

    Cable's Weird New Sitcoms

  • Talks about potential compensation payments to customers for the near-three-year delay in delivering its first new 787 aircraft would be wrapped-up by the end of the year, said Chief Financial Officer

    Boeing Profit Drops 21%

  • NG: My advice is just to not get too wrapped-up in all the DIY stuff, and if its draining you or taking away too much from writing songs and making your show better, then don't be afraid to let some of it go, ask for help or to accept help if its offered to you.

    The Business of Music II - A Look at the Artist-as-Entrepreneur

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