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  • s  being of striking appropriateness and pertinence
    the successful copywriter is a master of apposite and evocative verbal images

  • He assaulted the most textured record in the most apposite sport--the sport closest to the American bone and yet most in need of a rehabilitation of the spirit.
  • This is particularly apposite in the case of China, a country with not only many possible futures, but (as it were) many pasts.
  • The current economic downturn (the worst since the Great Depression) stands in apposite to your contention.
News & Articles

  • When do Americans say, ‘Enough’?
    By Nat Hentoff From back in our history, Ronald Reagan gave a very apposite warning to those of us insistent on protecting our self-governing republic: “Freedom is never ...
    July 6, 2013 - The Mckeesport Daily News
Quotes

  • Conrad Black in guardian.co.uk
    On bail at his beachside mansion in Palm Beach, Black says his faith is providing comfort: "It has been helpful ...... in reading apposite passages from ecclesiastical authors, especially Cardinal Newman, and in conversation with several very...
  • Alex Salmond in guardian.co.uk
    If ever the cry 'time for a change' was apposite, it's certainly in this constituency,Salmond said.
  • Aaron Copland in NPR
    The letters and speeches of Lincoln supplied the text,Copland said in 1943. "It was comparatively a simple matter to choose a few excerpts that seemed particularly apposite to our own situation today. I avoided the temptation to use only...

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