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  • Few films have explored the human face this searchingly and found such complex psychological topography.
  • Their aching, confused, triumphantly fed-up, and searchingly articulated confessionals are like arias.
  • Finally there are the eyes that seem to spin like blue pinwheels, alternately searchingly lonely and penetratingly observant.
  • Few, if any, films have so searchingly examined the process of creating a theater classic from scratch.
  • In his precise delineation of English manners, he searchingly explored emotional territory that he had treated flippantly before.
  • His characters may be plainspoken, even crude, but the emotions they express are complicated, often soul-searchingly difficult.
  • In " Father Daughter Dialogue, " the most searchingly personal song on the album, he addresses that very question.
  • His postwar study of the income tax dwelt searchingly on the choice between work and leisure that faced persons under progressive income taxation.
  • The sliding door to the tea room is pulled ajar and the two Guests look searchingly at each other to decide how to proceed.
  • But director Goldwyn frankly tips his hand when he has Lane look searchingly over her shoulder at a pair of hippies they pass on the road.
  • The few times when he tried to expand on a point, Alonzo would suddenly break off, look at me searchingly and lapse into silence.
  • As events unfolded, we should have looked more searchingly at the conditions under which he was confined and the government's arguments for denial of bail.
  • And Peter Mandelson, the trade and industry secretary, said regulators would look at a bid by Murdoch for Manchester United " very searchingly indeed ."
  • The committee must also look searchingly at whether administration officials or banks ignored evidence that economic aid was funneled out of Russia almost as fast as it was poured in.
  • The beguiling effect is not just from the imagery; it has as much to do with how the images are embodied in paint : tenderly, searchingly, precisely.
  • The duty of the Senate is to look searchingly into Ashcroft's record, to press him about his intentions and to carefully weigh the answers he gives during his confirmation hearings.
  • The blurry images of terrorist corpses, more searchingly painted than other copies of photographs by him, seem to emerge through a shivery haze, like the emotions they struggle to fix.
  • I hope that, by discussing in some detail each of the pieces I have chosen, others will find as much pleasure as I did in looking more searchingly at each extraordinary piece.
  • A private moment is also the theme of Goldin's " Self-Portrait in Blue Bathroom, London, " in which she gazes searchingly into a mirror over an empty bathtub.
  • That Berlin could write so searchingly about its shortcomings owed not a little to his possessing himself an Enlightenment sensibility _ rational, measured, Mozartean even _ but one that had eaten of the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge.
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