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  • r  to a recognizable degree
    he was recognizably slimmer now

  • Hillary and Tenzing went to the Himalayas under the auspices of the British Empire, then recognizably in terminal decline.
  • Though Remy's coat has a lovely bluish sheen, and he often walks on his two hind paws, he is recognizably a rat, much closer to his species than a certain Disney mouse--with red .
  • His songs were recognizably Indian but paraded a world of musical influences, from raga to reggae, from Broadway to Ennio Morricone, with each tune heightening the film's drama.
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  • An Android Tablet with a Kickstand? Sure, Why Not
    There are like a bajillion different Android tablets out there. And there are virtually zero reasons to talk about most of them. The Nexus 7 is your reigning champ, the Kindle Fire HDX is your barely-recognizably-Android alternative, and that's about it. But Lenovo's at least giving it a shot with—get this—a kickstand. Read more...        
    Oct. 30, 2013 - Gizmodo

  • Shawn Levy in USA Today
    I'd like the film to be un-ironic about its family connections but have a wry comedic sensibility that isn't oblivious to the fact that they're bears,Levy says. "The comedy comes from this bear family coexisting in a more recognizably real...
  • Gordon Melton in Fort Wayne News Sentinel
    Peale took the New Thought ideas and tied them to liberal Protestantism, keeping what was recognizably Christian,said J. Gordon Melton, founder and director of the Institute for the Study of American Religion.
  • Franklin Drilon in ABS CBN News
    My job is to make characters feel as realized as possible, and if that means being part of a larger fantasy, then I think it's really important to bring some recognizably human element to the performance. I'm the kind of person who enjoys watching... Doug Jones Edmonton Journal (registration) May 13, 2007 81173 108995 recognizance Even in a capital offense, the court has the discretion to grant bail or release an accused on recognizance depending on the judge. That is the rule," Drilon said.

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