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  • r  in a stirring manner
    he talked stirringly about his days during the war

  • The excitement comes from hearing important arguments stirringly phrased: plays of ideas lend themselves more to epigrams than to cathartic resolutions, and typically end by .
  • Among politicians, there is the idealism of high-flown speechmaking, in which crowds are stirringly summoned to support great things.
  • Manning, a leader of the Anglo-Catholic party in his Church, stirringly reasserted his own and long-held conviction that the Episcopal Church can "serve as a 'bridge church' and as .
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  • Review: 'The Artist and the Model' delicately walks a fine line
    Director Fernando Trueba explores artistic appreciation and sexual allure in 'The Artist and the Model.' The lovely and poignant drama "The Artist and the Model" stirringly presents art, life and death as one irrevocably tangled trio. That it's set against the German-occupied France of World War II — and all the civilian wariness and reflectivity that went with it — deeply dimensionalizes the ...
    Aug. 1, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
Quotes

  • Martin Amis in guardian.co.uk
    Amis said he sensed a profound unease beneath Britain's "stirringly successful multicultural society".
  • Sarah Palin in Christian Broadcasting Network
    Here's how I look at the choice Americans face in this election,Palin says. "Among politicians, there is the idealism of high-flown speechmaking, in which crowds are stirringly summoned to support great things. And then there is the...

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