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well expressed and to the point

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With a bit of thought and some well-chosen pieces, you can revitalise the appearance of any room in a simple and cost-effective way.
The recipes included in this book represent a well-chosen group of street food favorites from locales as diverse as Pakistan and Jamaica.
I meet a lot of people with large positions in fixed-income investments and cash," he says, noting that they may be better served by well-chosen investments in the stock market.
Wine/corkage: Starting list has 96 well-chosen labels ranging from $19 to $170 per bottle, from $13 to $47 per carafe (27 selections) and from $6 to $26 per glass (32 selections including four ports).
Producer Mark Nevers shows a deft hand with well-chosen standards (Merle Haggard's "You Don't Have Very Far To Go" and Charlie Rich's "You Never Really Wanted Me"), four tracks written by Staton herself (the biting "In Name Only" is a standout), and the Will Oldham-penned title cut that allows Staton's return to expand far past easy survivor cliche into the realm of the triumphant.
He concludes that problems of infertility can be addressed effectively through adoption of a few well-chosen social policies, although they would be expensive.
Kudos to South Florida network leader Keith Wintermeyer, MD, for organizing an event attendees described as brilliant, thoroughly enjoyable, well-chosen and well-delivered.
From true stories of optimistic photographers struggling to use their craft to help the oppressed, to the stunning impact that cameras any layperson can easily use have had upon photography as a whole, Between The Eyes is an insightful, contemplative, tightly written set of discussions, illustrated with a handful of well-chosen photographic images.
That feeling is due not just to Fleming's unstudied vocal freedom but also to the work of her well-chosen collaborators.
The topics for the sketches are remarkably well-chosen and provide marvelous insights into the life of each man.
Aside from more obvious things like bringing you up to speed on the differences in process, reliability, timing of rate lock, and the likelihood of a particular lender imposing onerous conditions or making unwanted changes later on in the process, a well-chosen mortgage broker knows the terrain.
Yet God did not take out Jerusalem with fire and brimstone as a response to the Crucifixion or even perform surgical strikes against the few well-chosen political leaders who orchestrated this atrocity.
In Latin America, our speaker does open with an amusing, well-chosen anecdote: "My brother works for the government of the United States of America.
These are well-chosen, ranging from Groucho Marx's "I wouldn't want to belong to any dub that would accept me as a member," to Alexander MacLaren's "If you would win the world, melt it, do not hammer it.
KRISTINA has just about had enough of her ex-obsession Henry Henry, otherwise known as Ennui, is an insensitive soul who can crush the life out of any fun situation with a few well-chosen, miserable words.