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  • s  so thin as to transmit light
    gauzy clouds of dandelion down

  • In 1980 Ronald Reagan reached out to Sosa, who created gauzy, feel-good ads that focused on the candidate rather than the issues, promising Latinos that Republicans shared their .
  • Skirt hemlines have risen shockingly high on the thigh as labels like Miu Miu, Chanel and Chloe continue to show barely-there mini-dresses in gauzy white fabrics for summer.
  • Zhang Ziyi rolls across a library floor in a gauzy white tunic, trying to perfect an action stunt and she's in pain.
Quotes

  • Michael Medved in StarNewsOnline.com
    In an opinion piece for USA Today this month, the radio host Michael Medved said he cherished the notion "that the last time a young Democrat took over the White House with gauzy visions of change, it produced a 'Golden Age' for right-wing...
  • Barack Obama in Canada Free Press
    Our expectation is not that there's just some vague, gauzy statement about us not wanting to see loose nuclear materials,Obama said. "We anticipate a communique that spells out very clearly, here's how we're going to achieve locking down...
  • Alessandra Stanley in SportsBusiness Daily (subscription)
    Stanley writes NBC's anchors are "so wedded to script -- and prepackaged gauzy biographies -- that they act as if any deviance from the party-hearty line will somehow appear unpatriotic."

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