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She exudes youth pastor energy but sprinkles in her own personal brand of Bible-thumping theatricality that makes it nearly impossible to believe that she isn’t carrying out an extreme act of satire.
WHY IS TIKTOK TURNING A HATEFUL RADICAL EVANGELIST INTO A VIRAL STAR?HANNAH JACKSONJUNE 7, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
I willed myself to exude the confidence I’d started gathering at home.
MY PANDEMIC BABY IS PULLING US OUT OF OUR COZY CAVE. BUT HOW WILL THE WORLD SEE A DISABLED MOTHER LIKE ME?REBEKAH TAUSSIGAPRIL 28, 2021TIME
Carillo interviews Greg Armstrong and Liz Canty, two veterans of the ultra circuit who participated in the 2021 edition of the race and who exude an intense air that’s probably an asset when you’re about to persevere through hours of tedium and pain.
THE BARKLEY MARATHONS AND THE ALLURE OF DISCOMFORTMARTIN FRITZ HUBERAPRIL 23, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
One of our testers, who is also a pro instructor, said, “This ski exudes confidence the more you put the hammer down.”
LONG-TERM REVIEW: THE BEST SKIS, PERIODHEATHER SCHULTZ AND MARC PERUZZIMARCH 4, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Yet, for all her talent, King exudes humility in the face of the popular music machine which seems determined to delegitimize female performers.
FIFTY YEARS LATER, ‘TAPESTRY’S’ HOPE AND OPTIMISM STILL RESONATESTANYA PEARSONFEBRUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We elephants never fear anyone or hate anyone and that is why we exude no stench, but a tiger has to live by killing.
KARI THE ELEPHANTDHAN GOPAL MUKERJI
Sea-sand is excluded from the mortar employed, on account of its tendency to imbibe and exude moisture.
CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL OF POPULAR LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ARTVARIOUS
At night they could exude a vapor which was capable of dissolving the material from which the clothing had been made.
STUDENT BODYFLOYD L. WALLACE
This liquid may be seen to exude, under different circumstances, from the trunk of the gnat, like a drop of very clear water.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
Flies feed principally on fluids which exude from the bodies of animals; that is, sweat, saliva, and other secretions.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER

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