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Clytemnestra's ghost crying in the night for vengeance remained most potently in the audience's mind
- The body of water most commonly associated with Taiwan is the eponymous straita 180-km-wide, potently symbolic divide between the island and its mainland cousin.
- The city's culinary and cultural authenticity are potently concentrated in a few surviving places like this.
- He is pointing to the fact that since World War I no other mind has so potently influenced the political and economic thinking and action of our times.
- Yusuf al-Qaradawi in Kuwait Times
Regrettably, Muslims start potently with these issues, then they relax gradually as the strong (supporters) get weaker and the enthusiastic (supporters) get lazy,said Al-Qaradawi during a press conference aired by Al-Jazeera television.
- Antony Gormley in Scotsman
I think particularly in the 1930s, there was this kind of old-y world-y notions of chivalry and honour. And you know [the whole notion of] men are men and women are women lends itself very potently to this particular script which is about the... Adrian Pang http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrian_Pang&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHOYxoOwbRQZ29TJpNVkEhP2ZsTPw Channel News Asia http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/entertainmentfeatures/view/427543/1/.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHtbYN376Wur-8zbfL8EHCnqoPeHQ May 7, 2009
76456 103319 potently Gormley says: This is a work that uses time as its primary material. I would say art lives most potently in memory, not in space. We are better placed now than ever before to allow time to be a substance for sculpture, because our time-capturing...