When predicting sugarcoating, females were more likely to sugarcoat
than males, and extraverts engaged in less sugarcoating behavior.
Kessler's blunt evocation of the terrorist's-eye view trained on a series of tourist-souvenir images does not sugarcoat
the process of information extraction: Unlike our government, he refuses to disavow the intimate relationship between violence and representation.
Finally, while these financials do not paint a pretty picture, I will always be forthright with the shareholders and will not sugarcoat
Throughout his ministerial life, he has taken to heart what Scripture and 2,000 years of tradition have revealed, refusing to sugarcoat
sin or allow false teachers to pass off sophistry as the authentic faith.
Tampa Bay manager Lou Piniella didn't sugarcoat
his comments when Fick was released, saying he thought Fick would be a better hitter.
It's not a heavy piece, it's a holiday piece, and even though I'm not one to sugarcoat
an issue, this is not politicizing whether we should be there.
They're a lot more visceral, they're a lot more powerful because they were dealing with real life and they didn't try and sugarcoat
it,'' said Self.
The books sugarcoat
the occult, but they can lead to spiritual problems and grave consequences later on,'' said Kersey, a mother of two middle-schoolers.
We'd promise you sleep deprivation, mental torment, and muscles so sore you'll puke, but we don't like to sugarcoat
While Allen sugarcoats
the music -- a bit of calypso here (``LDN''), reggae and ska everywhere, hip-hop and even a little oom-pah-pah (``Alfie'') -- she's the kind of girl who will say anything on her mind and that can be nasty, cheeky, ironic, vindictive.
Q: Do you think the music softens the message, or maybe sugarcoats
But Spurlock sugarcoats
the facts: George has complained about how the episode suggests he has softened his views, insisting he hasn't.