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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «OVEROBVIOUS» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about overobvious
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OVEROBVIOUS»
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The Strategy of Desire
The reason is that many of the stereotypes, exaggerated and overobvious
solutions of problems, and the overacting are not acceptable any longer to the
modern public, which has learned to accept subtleties and more human grayness
Ernest Dichter, 1960
A writer's guide to literature
Avoiding generality and the overobvious Especially for short essays and for
papers written in class, the suggestion to avoid generality and the overobvious
can save both you and your reader much needless labor and confusion. After
Walter J. De Mordaunt, 1965
The Best of TMWG
skip over the ones somehow overobvious implied action desisions to be taken., . .
. like you're the man(woman) in the centre of a million people who are all
convinced that this “whatever/ something” is the most easiest and best choice.
Buy It, Rent It, Profit!: Make Money as a Landlord in ANY ...
Now this may sound overobvious, but many people do not know how to protect
their cash. It is one thing to have a cash reserve, but it is another thing to protect
and isolate it from creditors. In Florida, there is no state exemption or protection
Bryan M. Chavis, 2009
Singing in the Wilderness: Music and Ecology in the ...
Woodwinds and harp were omitted from the Mangrove orchestra, lest they might
have tempted the composer to overobvious water noises. The scoring he
adopted conforms to his habitual instrumental symbolism, in which strings are
Wilfrid Mellers, 2001
More Than a Skeleton
“But the Vatican simply has to be in the innermost loop when it comes to
something like this, for overobvious reasons. The Holy Father now wants me to
report to him whenever anything new develops in this thing. When he heard that
you were ...
Paul L. Maier, 2012
Scenes from Postmodern Life
But this is not a case of overobvious twists that would make a point of
contradicting language's usual meanings. On the contrary, it is a case of
infinitesimally small deviations from common meanings, opening up cracks in
words' surfaces that ...
Beatriz Sarlo, 2001
Passionate Kisses Boxed Set: Ten Sizzling Contemporary Romances
... hehadno intention oftakingSlutty Slutzky home. And thoughhekepthaving
todrag hisgaze away from Brooks and Lolly holding hands like squirrelly seventh
graders, he still wasn't going to give in to Ms. New York's overobvious comeons.
Wendy Ely, Magda Alexander, Jessi Gage, 2014
The Scroll and the Cross: 1,000 Years of Jewish-Hispanic ...
He eliminated certain symbols as overobvious, such as the repeated striking of
the clock, the music. Nothing hurried him. He omitted, he condensed, he
amplified. In certain instances he came back to the original version. He came to
feel an ...
Associate Professor of Spanish Ilan Stavans, PhD, Ilan Stavans, 2013
W'e sufl'er from it yet. There is one feature which is perhaps not overobvious in
the buildings of Paris and which it is well to point out in this connection,
especially as it is the modern parallel of a spirit which we shall find in all the
history of the ...
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OVEROBVIOUS»
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Theater Once Drew Crowds Onstage, Too
... Mr. Odets gave near-operatic scope to what might have ended up being an overobvious story of ambition gone astray. Nowadays we leave it ... «Wall Street Journal, Mar 13»
"Swagga Like Us"
And Jay-Z loses a couple of points for sticking in an overobvious nod to his single "Jockin' Jay-Z." Meanwhile, Lil Wayne's surreal, Auto-Tune ... «RollingStone.com, Jan 13»
'Killing Them Softly': Hard-boiled dialogue hits the mark
... the background talking about the financial meltdown as a device to deliver a somewhat overobvious critique of American culture and politics. «The Seattle Times, Nov 12»
The Lede | Swedish Culture Minister Refuses to Resign Over Bizarre …
... of lifting invisible prejudice to an exaggerated level, where it's becoming overobvious and in a way more in your face and easier to talk about. «New York Times, Apr 12»
Maria Callas Gets the Guests
... and while the teaching scenes are generally pretty believable, he has elsewhere sugared the pill thickly with overobvious humor of his own. «Wall Street Journal, Jul 11»
The Color of Desire: Actors' Playhouse trades subtlety for flash
They are never ironic, achieving at best only a buckshot sarcasm made intentionally overobvious so as not to elude even the dimmest patron. «Miami New Times, Oct 10»
The Waiting Game
And then I can't stop myself.” That's the point at which the overobvious brittle veneer that coats Parker's line readings cracks a little bit. «New York Magazine, Feb 09»
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