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paw in yuhnt lee

  • r  in a poignant or touching manner
    she spoke poignantly

  • In an all-too-familiar ritual, news reports quickly and poignantly filled out the lives that matched the names on the passenger list.
  • And there Lieserl's life was poignantly short.
  • Prose takes the wiser course of treating Carroll poignantly and letting the obvious questions go on hanging in the air.
News & Articles

  • Large family gives back the gift of life to CUTEMS
    The family of the late John Large -- who passed away in February -- presented Culver's EMS volunteers a poignantly appropriate gift at the service's last meeting, in the form of an Automatic External Defibrillator (or AED), the device which Culver's police department used 10 years ago to shock Large back to life, giving him another decade with his family.
    June 17, 2013 - The Culver Citizen
  • NBA Finals 2013: Red-Hot Danny Green Remains Key for Spurs to Beat Heat
    From here on out we’re watching history every time Danny Green spots up and drains a three-pointer. His 2013 NBA Finals performance to this point can be summed up rather poignantly with just one simple but emphatic word: WOW. During Game 5, Green broke the NBA Finals record for most three-pointers by a single player in the series. Here's a look at the shot that set the record, provided by the ...
    June 17, 2013 - Bleacher Report
Quotes

  • King Chulalongkorn in San Francisco Chronicle
    The next day, Thitinan Pongsudhirak of Thailand's Chulalongkorn University told the Burmese exile press, "The cause of Burma's freedom, democracy and human rights was poignantly served, but whether Mr. Bush and his wife's gestures will make any...
  • Mike Pence in Human Events (blog)
    Budgets are important because they provide a template for the priorities of spending and revenues that provide an environment for growth,Pence said. "But more poignantly than the internal machinations of the creation of a budget, the...
  • Ben Brantley in Bloomberg
    New York Times critic Ben Brantley wrote that Fonda "exudes an aura of beleaguered briskness that flirts poignantly with the ghost of her spiky, confrontational screen presence as a young woman."

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