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Shrouded in the form of fantastical fairy tales, Mandel's complete collection of fictions utilizes a simple, concise writing style combined with a characteristically irreverent wit to impart the wisdom of age-old morals while entertaining the reader with story lines full of implausibly magical situations.
Summary: Series four of the successful late-teen drama hits our screens on Thursday with a characteristically eventful opening episode.
Mr Dhanda said: "It's characteristically cocky to talk about his government before the general election has even happened.
Buffett characteristically put his money where his mouth is, betting against the dollar in his investments.
In her characteristically wicked and trenchant way, feminist satirist Weldon takes aim at today's marriage and childrearing practices among the upwardly mobile.
Characteristically named in his emergent series of 'tectures', the three buildings are called Halftecture OR, Halftecture OO and Halftecture OJ.
We can prove everybody wrong by improving academically and characteristically.
Characteristically, Chalabi, 61, could land on his feet in a high government post even though he failed to win even a minimum of votes from the Iraqi people.
In a characteristically refined, subtle fashion, Cruz's project troubled not just the fantasy of the perfect translation, but also the idea that, were one to peer into his mind, one might find there a more polished or nuanced version of Don Quixote than the one that fell so haltingly on listeners' ears in the gallery.
Young readers will learn why flamingos characteristically stand on one leg and eat upside down, how flamingos stay dry, if flamingos can salute, how flamingos can bend their knees backwards, why they have webbed feet, how many eggs they lay, whether or not baby flamingos are pink, and more.
In the third book of the miniseries Sex & the Supper Club, author Kristin Hardy's characteristically sophisticated prose creates a world of glamour in NOTHING BUT THE BEST.
The Foxes were characteristically outraged and demanded a tape of the event.

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