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te ling lee

  • r  in a telling manner
    the plain manner of its style all the more tellingly points up the horror of the case

  • A stroll through Tower's indie racks or the countless smaller music shops nearby reveals a diversity of music that contrasts tellingly with the mainstream's formulaic sameness.
  • The two even refer to Williamsincorrectly, but tellinglyas "McCain's wife:" Subject: RE: were you able to whack McCain's wife yet? From Abramoff to Reed, Tuesday, December 4 .
  • Mann put it up there handsomely, tellingly, and the great strength of Basinger's book (really, someone has to get it published here) is its ability to translate his pictures into .
News & Articles

  • Movie review: Disney cranks out predictable product in ‘Planes’
    The label “World of Cars” started appearing on toys tied to the Disney/Pixar movie — so it’s appropriate to see it at the beginning of “Planes,” which feels more like a product than a movie. In “Planes” (which, tellingly, does not carry Pixar’s name in the marketing), Dusty Crophopper (voiced by Dane Cook) is a plucky cropduster with big dreams of racing in an around-the-world flying rally. He ...
    Aug. 8, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune
Quotes

  • Derek Bok in USA Today
    He used his wit ...... very tellingly to make points about society,Bok said Sunday. "He was not one to express anger. But he was an expert in using his wit to attack (people he disagreed with) by making people laugh."
  • Muhammad Abdul Bari in CNSNews.com
    MCB Secretary-General Muhammad Abdul Bari said in a statement that one could find controversial material in any bookshop, "yet tellingly, it is only Muslim bookshops and institutions that Policy Exchange calls to be regulated."
  • David Miliband in Pakistan Dawn
    Again without naming Pakistan specifically Miliband said: "Tellingly, even where democracy is absent, dictators seek to describe their rule as 'democratic' to provide a veil of legitimacy for their regimes."

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