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- r in a fascinating manner
her face became fascinatingly distorted
- They are fascinatingly complex and have lives of their own; you can follow them around or spy on them in their homes.
- That's what Vincent (the fascinatingly opaque Aurelien Recoing) does after he's laid off from his position as a white-collar drudge.
- This seesaw battle-played out in his music and his life-made him a fascinatingly complicated figure, and the urge to hold on to him is .
News & Articles
- 5 decades later, some JFK probe files still sealed
It turns out that several hundred of the still-classified pages concern a deceased CIA agent, George Joannides, whose activities just before the assassination and, fascinatingly, during a government investigation years later, have tantalized researchers for years.
Aug. 18, 2013 - Abilene Reporter-News
- Keith Richards in The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Muddy (Waters) and Chuck (Berry) were close to the straight electric blues,Keith Richards told Rolling Stone in a different article. "But Bo was fascinatingly on the edge. There was something African going on in there. His style was...
- Kenneth Branagh in AFP
Wallander is a wonderfully complex and compelling character and as a long time admirer of Mankell's novels, I am very excited to be playing this fascinatingly flawed but deeply human detective,Branagh said in a statement.
- John Simon in Los Angeles Times
Another influential critic, John Simon, called Horne "a fascinatingly evolving singer; there wasn't a vocal style she didn't shed or at times revert to."