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thin lee

  • r  without force or sincere effort
    smiled thinly
  • r  without viscosity
  • r  in a small quantity or extent
    spread the margarine thinly over the meat
  • r  in a widely distributed manner
    thinly overgrown mountainside

  • Since then she's had sex, made a thinly veiled anti-abortion movie (Crossroads), French-kissed Madonna on television, been married twice (one annulment and one divorce), had two .
  • Typically, such statements a similar one was issued after a failed assassination attempt on Karzai in April are taken as thinly veiled allegations of involvement by .
  • Rabagliati's thinly veiled autobiography tells a genuinely moving coming-of-age story of a summer as a camp counselor.
News & Articles

  • Comparison of movie superhero to Christ raises problems
    HANFORD — He’s the money-making man of steel at the box office, but Warner Bros. is also promoting Superman as a thinly-veiled Christ figure.
    June 21, 2013 - The Hanford Sentinel
  • Local contender for Bake-Off prize
    Local contender for Bake-Off prize Linda Blakely, a Middleburgh resident who won $5,000 in last year's Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest with her Indonesian chicken turnovers with spicy peanut sauce, is a contender again. The dish combines bacon and Pillsbury breadsticks, which are rolled up and covered in a sweet glaze of grape jelly, Dijon mustard and brown sugar and then topped with thinly sliced ...
    June 20, 2013 - Albany Times Union
  • I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp
    I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp: An Autobigraphy by Richard Hell | Ecco Press | 293 pages Hell is other people, in Richard Hell’s new memoir. The book is structured as a series of reminiscences, mostly of people he’s written with, had sex with, or both. Though Hell (né Meyers), an accidental rock star who identifies as a poet, has published two earlier novels of the “thinly veiled aubiography ...
    June 18, 2013 - Orlando Weekly

  • Sir Richard Dannatt in The Guardian
    He told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: "The intention when we went into southern Afghanistan was to try to get the country on its feet economically. We all know it didn't turn out that way. We spread our small resources thinly and that inevitably...
  • Liam Fox in The Age
    Mr Fox said he and Prime Minister David Cameron had argued when they were in opposition that British troops in Helmand were "too thinly spread and we had insufficient force densities for effective counter-insurgency".
  • Robert Gates in FOX News
    The other message that I worry that some of the amendments send is that it sends a signal to potential adversaries that we're stretched so thinly and that we are so strained that we cannot adequately respond to crises elsewhere in the world,...

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