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- The church itself is somewhat stiff in design, and the window's weaving composition is contrastingly amorphous.
- Belcher's blatant bohemianism and his contrastingly quiet humor were enough to endear him to the public, but it was the strict realism of his easel paintings which impressed .
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- Brazil vs. Uruguay, 2013 Confederations Cup semifinal: Preview
Tournament hosts Brazil have won all three of its Confederations Cup group games, beating Japan and Mexico without conceding, before Italy put up slightly more resistance, but still came up short. After a shaky start to his second spell as national coach, Brazil's Luiz Felipe Scolari appears to have his team on the right track. Contrastingly, their semifinal opponents Uruguay have been much less ...
June 25, 2013 - SB Nation
- Vic Koenning in The State
It would be a lot easier to pull the (Georgia Tech game plan) out, but the styles of offenses are so contrastingly different,defensive coordinator Vic Koenning said. "You can't really compare them. It's apples to oranges."