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Delving into the local politics surrounding the quarry, Vera comes across a number of motives in the unlikeliest of places, and it seems she has been barking up the wrong tree in her bid to find the killer.
She comes across as a happy-go-lucky girl who is forever living in a wonderland.
Of the two, Colin often comes across as being more in control but, faced with the pressures of life under extreme conditions, a menu of bugs, slugs and Lord knows what else the warped programme makers can extract from some poor beast, then how he performs is anyone's guess.
Blacksite comes across as a mish-mash of Half Life, Call of Duty and Halo, without ever quite rising to the heights of those classics.
Even though fell running is more popular in Cumbria than it is here, I still think we can match whoever comes across," added Wood.
As a result, the book comes across as a promotional piece, focusing on what audiences can expect to see from the company without knowing where it all came from.
Geared towards a predominately 'tween female-audience with an emphasis on math and science, this book comes across as smart rather than didactic or pedantic.
Every piano teacher comes across the following two types of students at some point: A, the intelligent and eager intermediate adult student who wants to play for personal enjoyment, and B, the teenager who is bored with almost everything assigned and would prefer pop music.
Dreyfuss wound up an unlikely hero, and Carell comes across as the sanest person in Sunshine.
Dala, at least with their original compositions, comes across like a 21st-century version of the Indigo Girls.
All in all, Hegemann comes across less as a creative figure or scholar than as a mover and fixer in architectural politics.