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  • r  in a sweeping manner
    he sweepingly condemned the entire population of the country for the war crimes

  • Reporters found that Lawsonomy was sweepingly billed as "the study of everything," based on 47 principles set forth in the dozens of books of which Lawson is the author.
  • Tuesday's soothing words of unity and sweepingly symbolic itinerary were nevertheless overshadowed in part by the fallout from the German Pope's tumultuous first day in Israel.
  • The two-hour pilot Moore delivered is sweepingly ambitious, thought-provoking and visually well-imagined, like a more photogenic version of BSG's claustrophobic interiors.

  • David Baddiel in Times of India
    Not a racial one, hopefully, but a literary one: a prejudice that Indian novels are likely to be magical, mythic, sweepingly historical, quirky of humour, and spring from the tradition of folk tale; all things I don't want in a novel,Baddiel,...

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