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His recognition of his secret knowledge is pieced together by the reader through memories of his childhood which Russo presents fairly obviously and a bit heavy-handedly in italicized sections throughout the novel.
Their isolation and lack of bodily wholeness can evoke not only pain and frustration but an abject ecstasy of hybridity--also the subject of the mainstream manga film Ghost in the Shell, rather heavy-handedly juxtaposed with Lee Bul's work, though this curatorial appropriation from pop culture was an interesting challenge to the ongoing digital animation projects by Philippe Parreno, Pierre Huyghe, and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster.
Lansana Conte's ethnic minority, the Soussou, are over-represented in government and opposition figures are dealt with heavy-handedly by the justice system.
NOT far from where I live, where the police are heavy-handedly hot on speeding, a driver fell victim to one of those sneaky grey-boxed cameras that clocked him into the automatic fines system.
This is t he point Naylor emphasizes, perhaps a bit too heavy-handedly.
Suharto, who came to power after hundreds of thousands of Chinese-Indonesians were killed during riots in the mid-1960s, banned, then heavy-handedly discouraged the use of Chinese in Indonesian society.
Allard Lowenstein, an important point of contact to movement supporters in the North and West, often dealt heavy-handedly with SNCC and COFO and missed few opportunities to rail about the presence of communist fellow-travellers in their midst.
But it is a dance that loses, not acquires, emotional force from the video projections and taped dialogues that bear down heavy-handedly on the subtle, nuanced steps.
Blaming visitors, USFW heavy-handedly threatened criminal prosecution of State Parks officials, while ordering even more campground closure.
The organisation's UK Arms Control Director Oliver Sprague said: "Videos of the incident and accounts from several eyewitnesses raise serious concerns about whether the police acted heavy-handedly and seriously endangered people at the scene.
While the soundtrack to Miller's film hits the high notes, the script is frequently off-key, heavy-handedly dealing with issues of parenting and friendship then ladling on the sickly sentiment.
Opening with a pop mash-up, it is punctuated by a series of musical numbers culminating in a rousing rendition but, while the soundtrack hits the high notes, the script is frequently off-key, heavy-handedly dealing with issues of parenting and friendship then ladling on sickly sentiment.