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Stewart has broken his silence about “the rumor” in a startling and candid new essay for The Players’ Tribune, a site founded by Derek Jeter that offers athletes “a platform to connect directly with their fans, in their own words.”
Partly due to her plain-spoken and candid interviewing style, Williams was able to easily transition from the airwaves to daytime television and managed to still make quite an impact on listeners, who have since become viewers, everywhere.
We still are very candid about having work to do, but we’ve come a long, long way.
If you’re already engaged with an agency, be prepared to have open and candid conversations about your needs and understand that some of those needs may not be able to be accommodated by the agency.
Hardy, feeling similarly at the time, said the song “just sort of fell out” of them, and they didn’t hold back with candid lyrics.
Indonesia has been the most candid thus far in pursuing a more youth-oriented vaccination strategy, but it may not be the only country to do so.
There’s a candid, though dated, 1998 documentary by Prince Edward, “Crown and Country.”
Although Democrats and Republicans debate how to invest in digital platforms, the case for live-streaming and more candid forms of communication is strong for both parties.
Musk’s candid, quippy tweets often trigger news headlines for all the wrong reasons—“Area Executive Says Impolitic Thing”—but closer inspection of his communications reveals a rambling, unfiltered conversation between a CEO and his customers.
ELON MUSK’S ROCKET RIDEANDREW NUSCADECEMBER 2, 2020FORTUNE
Tell Lady Maude the candid truth, and take shame and blame to yourself, as you deserve.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD

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