An Old Mortality, say rather an Immortality, with unwearied patience and faith making plain
the image engraven in men's bodies, the God of whom they are but defaced and leaning monuments.
His own death, so like that former one, yet attended by none of those suspicious circumstances, seems the stroke of God upon him, at once a punishment for his wickedness, and making plain
the innocence of Clifford, But this flight,--it distorts everything!
Benefits depend on the amount of cocoa, making plain
varieties better than white or milk.
Guardiola was as forthcoming on incoming signings, making plain
the differences between City and Schalke over Leroy Sane.
Once more synthesizing research and reportage into a cinematic essay that makes up in calm analysis what it lacks in fresh revelations, Gibney duly acknowledges Jobs' artistry, innovation and technological showmanship, while making plain
just how "ruthless, deceitful and cruel" the man could be.
Using coloured icing and a variety of finishing touches, youngsters came up with some creative ways of making plain
digestives more appetising.
Concerned about the implications for sovereignty over social policy, both the UK and Poland insisted on inclusion of a Treaty "protocol" making plain
that nothing in the Charter creates new rights.
LABOUR tried to draw a line under the "smeargate" affair last night, making plain
that the advice of Derek Draper - who received controversial e-mails undermining Tories - "will not be sought in the future".
By closing the loophole which allows tobacco to be displayed at the point of sale, prohibiting the sale of cigarettes from vending machines and making plain
packaging for tobacco products compulsory, Ministers can reduce the pull towards a potentially deadly addiction.
Awards such as these have sparked suggestions that lottery ticket purchasers should have a system for making plain
how they believe their losses should be spent.
It was a marvelous demonstration of curatorial virtuosity, making plain
that there is a virtually unlimited number of exhibitions constructable out of the contents of a single museum.