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reassuringly

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  • r  in a reassuring manner
    the prime minister pointed reassuringly to the silence of the British press

  • Still, reassuringly stolid and tough.
  • In a world choking on retreaded arguments long worn bald of the facts, this type of analysis has proved to be stunningly and reassuringly popular.
  • He had it as a newcomer of 25, when he walked into a fashionable party where all but he were in formal dress, took in the situation at a glance and said reassuringly: "Now I don .
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  • Richard Herring in Cairns Post
    If I stop and think about it, my life is pathetic, so generally I don't stop and think about it,he wrote. "Reassuringly I am not alone. While many people in their 40s have families and responsibilities, an increasing minority resemble...
  • Ferenc Gyurcsany in International Herald Tribune
    We are full of concerns because we have questions about a series of issues,Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany said after a joint Cabinet meeting between the Hungarian and Romanian governments. "Are we adequately and reassuringly informed...
  • David Shore in E! Online
    The implementation of that and the success of that is a very open question,said Shore. "House is not turning into a different human being-I say this reassuringly to the audience-he is the same human being, who is perhaps more aggressively...

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