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  • r  in an insinuating manner
    the art book has art to sell, insinuatingly, and for a purpose, like the American muse, which has in fact a tradition to sell, and one which doesn't exist, in painting

  • Part of the Basie band, without Pianist Basic, insinuatingly records a slow oldtimer.
  • The abolition of the "two classes of Germans" was not enough; why, he asked insinuatingly, had not Adenauer mentioned the victims of Naziism, including Germany's surviving 30,000 .
  • Germania, organ of the Catholic Centerists, uncharitably referred to the "clear British complexion of the candidate," whom it insinuatingly dubbed "Sir Herbert Hoover.

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