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We know that we can do commandingly successful things through electric utilities.
In some instances, the narrative voice commandingly includes the reader as part of "we": "[d]ejemos a don Chipote y familia durmiendo" (18).
Lewalski's "Milton's Idea of Authorship" commandingly surveys much of his prose and poetry in proof of her assertion that Milton always kept in mind a "rhetorical theory appropriate to worthy authors" (54).
But back to the good stuff: Pitt embodies Jesse's paranoid, intimidating and still powerfully charismatic decline commandingly.
It was just a shame the victory, which leaves the Bears commandingly placed at the top of their group, was marred by an injury to another old hand, Dougie Brown.
Their surging lyricism commandingly evokes the sight, smells, and sounds of Africa's wild places, which the poet had known for more than sixty years of living there, and had come to sense so keenly:
The work of our time which deals most commandingly with the wilful perversion of truth is George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Alongside Power and Kron, this issue is packed with outsized personalities--the great Nigerian writer Wole Soyinka, the Texas-tough theatre pioneer Margo Jones, a Russian iconoclast named Nikolai Kolyada, the commandingly comic actress Kristine Nielsen--which casts the pair's introspective, self-analytical interviews in an even more fascinating light.
fragile sexual identity" so commandingly relish his own sexy
Hoddle also had special praise for captain Mark Kennedy, who forsook his wide role to sit so commandingly in front of the back four, and star man Seol.
Fortunately, they took it as their cue to step up the pace and barely two minutes later were level Simon Davies's free-kick from the right was commandingly won by Yobo, and his diagonal header bounced down and into the net, Leon Osman following up for good measure.
Every recollection of Fry, the man, every anecdote and episode of his life, have bequeathed to us the image of an impassioned, remarkably articulate, and vastly cultured commentator whose famously resonant voice and appropriately disheveled appearance imposed itself commandingly and unforgettably, not only in the public arena of the university lecture room, but also in the more private confines of his circle of friends and domestic environment.

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