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"As the world's leading trade fair for consumer goods, Ambiente is recognizably unique.
In the last three years, there has recognizably been a transition in the theme and form of Omi's paintings and sculptures.
It is an eschatological sanctuary, he argues, whose divine establishment distinguishes it recognizably from all structures made by people.
This is a great, well-made lager beer, recognizably a Bavarian-style Schwarzbier, but with a little extra American punch.
All of the favored candidates are recognizably Democrats, or are running against opponents who are recognizably Republicans.
The author/illustrator has given an appropriate pale brown background to her carefully drawn and beautiful pictures; many details are included, such as Mummy Bear's knitting and the furniture is all recognizably made from trees in the wood.
Prepare both musicians for the likelihood that they will need to play each shorter section multiple times before it meshes recognizably. Listening to a recorded performance, preferably one at an attainable tempo for the students, can also imprint a sense of the musical goal for the piece.
Equal parts of politics (gender, race, and class), religion, superstition, and folklore combine to forge a world authentic to its own laws and logic, complete with (recognizably Surrealist) hyperbolic transformations of understated nature.
It was a bit syrupy for my taste at the time, but recognizably good in a pop kind of way.
Although the book was generously reviewed, and I have received far more enthusiastic phone calls, letters, and emails from readers than for any of my seven other books, I've had to face the fact that except for a handful from younger Monthly alumni, these messages came from no one recognizably under 35.
On the subject of power and impact, several companies have hired recognizably voiced actors to speak on behalf of automobiles' onboard navigation systems.
On the subject of power and impact, and not just the resonant sound of urine hitting paper steeped in copper chloride, several companies have hired recognizably voiced actors to speak on behalf of automobiles' onboard navigation systems.
One cares for these birds, whose traits are both distinctive and recognizably human, enjoying them all the more thanks to Lonnen's enthusiastic, differentiated narration.
The folk dances finding their accompaniment to this music--the Hungarian czardas, the Polish mazurka, the German waltz, the Russian trepak, and even English Morris dancing--have a recognizably formalized shape.
Bloch also argues that Marie was responding to social and political changes brought about by Henry II's administration, which took the Anglo-Normans from a feudal age to recognizably modern forms of social, political, and economic organization.
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