17 examples of Accentuating in a sentence
Stella wears these nice open blouses
her real talents, but I wish she would have been a bit more open with her performance.
The music is wonderfully simple,
the tone and mood from scene to scene, but never becoming intrusive.
Excellent lines, barbed, insulting; great scene,
the fact that despite his background, Bond is a timeless, transcendent character.
For chrissakes, they even had the guy walk away to a narrated ending, a lone spotlight (a-la Mr. Bean),
the 'island unto himself' theme.
Pollock's character, Eli, is a rote "Ladies' Man" while Julie Brown plays 'Zoe' thus
And, when it is met, the process will most likely be partial and uneven,
differences and posing tricky coordination issues at the national, regional, and global levels.
A rising dollar, and an investment flight to the US, is
these countries’ self-generated problems.
It also risks exposing the IMF to even heavier political pressure,
legitimate questions about the uniformity of its treatment of member countries.
Germany is accused of monetarist dogmatism and of being responsible for
the economic asymmetry between it and its eurozone neighbors.
In that case, Europe could suddenly become a very different mirror for emerging countries, revealing, if not accentuating, their own structural weaknesses.
Under Xi, however, China seems to be
Moreover, this trend is
the challenges associated with weak productivity growth.
It would have been easy, and perhapsmore marketable, for Munk to draw a caricature, overly
Sachs’snegative qualities at the expense of his great gifts.
Xi’s approach is alienating other countries, in the process jeopardizing their appetite for Chinese-made goods, scaring away investors, and
China’s image problem.
Policymakers’ obsession with budget discipline is
and prolonging cyclical downturns, and preventing a broad-based and sustained recovery in many economies.
'It is very true in detail, but all the same the principle of to-day is Freedom.''Yes, but I bring forward another principle which embraces the principle of freedom,' said Karenin,
the word 'embraces,' and putting his pince-nez on again to re-read the part where this was said.
'Tell him to unharness; and no one is to be admitted,' he said in answer to the hall-porter's inquiry,
with a certain pleasure the word admitted.