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  • r  in a striking manner
    this was strikingly demonstrated
    the evidence was strikingly absent

  • Whip smart and witty, eccentric and strikingly beautiful, had she been born in another age, Alice Roosevelt Longworth might have ended up a scientist, a writer or a particularly .
  • None is strikingly attractive, and as a group they are hardly the sort that older men would invite for a weekend of dalliance.
  • The 39-year-old specimen is also strikingly similar to the other seven subtypes.
News & Articles

  • Love Your Dog? Dog-Owner Bond Similar to That of Child-Parent
    In a new study, published in the journal PLoS ONE, scientists have found that the relationship between dogs and their owners is strikingly similar to the child-parent bond in humans. According to the Humane Society, 46 percent of households in the United States have at least one dog. Dogs are so well adapted to living [...]
    June 22, 2013 - Psych Central
  • What Does Human Brain Mapping Actually Tell Us?
    Google “brain” right now and you’ll find a mountain of news stories on a development known as the BigBrain project, which came out just yesterday: Researchers in Europe and Canada have just mapped the human brain with a precision that's so strikingly detailed, that it's unprecedented in humans – and it's in 3D. The team has devised a way to cut the brain into 20 micrometer-thick sections – far ...
    June 21, 2013 - Forbes
  • The NSA debate: We've been here before
    The debate over the propriety of Bush's surveillance program played out in strikingly similar ways to the debate currently raging over the programs continued by the Obama administration,
    June 21, 2013 - Washington Post
Quotes

  • Richard Blumenthal in Sydney Morning Herald
    The arrangement raises strikingly significant questions, such as what other uses will be made of this highly sensitive information and what measures Charter Communications is taking to safeguard such information,Blumenthal said.
  • Jan Chapman in Sydney Morning Herald
    With a witty and insightful script and strikingly playful use of cinematic language, the jury found Heartbeats to be a boldly truthful and compassionate observation of one of the great crippling foibles of human nature - the hopeless crush,...
  • Tarisa Watanagase in Emirates Business 24/7
    At a glance, the root causes of both events are strikingly similar,Tarisa said in evoking memories of the 1997-98 Asian financial meltdown triggered by the devaluation of the Thai baht.

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