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Feelingly he described as he lit his candle he did so for all the unmarried mums who died with their children because that is how his mum and he would have been.
Critics have voiced serious concerns representing collective atrocity, for reasons that include: giving priority to authenticity; hesitating to lose the individual testimony within a representation of a collective event; respecting a victim's ownership of an experience and/or story; fearing that art will make light of horrific events; and, cautioning that writing about suffering too feelingly may appropriate others' traumatic experiences, overshadowing them with their own.
Prynne's enthusiastic readers should approach his poems as Gloucester approaches Dover, feelingly, letting go of the need to see the route and determinedly master it.
that the "dangerous precedent" of the boycott, to which you so feelingly refer, is in no respect dangerous nor is it in no respect dangerous nor is it a "precedent" in that is a purely defensive counter-boycott against a vastly more impressive and all-embracing boycott that is being enforced against all Jews in Germany.
complexion, he shall find himself most feelingly personated.
was just outlining: generously, sweepingly, impulsively, feelingly.
When I said it was no wonder the bullocks pulled, he remarked, feelingly, "Sonny, if I done that to them bullocks I'd want shooting.
Barakova recognizes feelingly the yawing gap between robotics and human behavior.
Sassoon would eventually repay the sport for everything it gave him: it has never been more feelingly eulogized than in his lovely Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man.
It's difficult to explain," he says feelingly, "but sometimes when I think back on it I get the shivers.
At other times, however, Said clearly assumes that there is a real Orient and feelingly condemns the ways in which coercive, aggressive, and oppressive orientalists have misrepresented the Orient.
In "Toward Lost Letters" Teare states, "All my life I've remained the student I who "thinks feelingly,' a professor once wrote.
most feelingly, and his own eyes are bright with it" (546).
The worst thing is when you get a really noisy crowd - lager louts and that,' one of Jolene's fellow-dancers says feelingly.
Persaud also writes feelingly of Canada, and of India.