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In fact it was just those flourishes — seen as revolutionary at the time — that reportedly turned off old-school members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ documentary branch.
Roasted red peppers and an orange shellfish emulsion lend color to the classic, which is staged in a blue bowl for even more flourish.
Certain editing choices and flourishes — like fade-outs at the end of a scene — pay homage to a bygone era of Hollywood filmmaking.
It drew immediate notice, not just because of its impressive ability to mimic stylistic flourishes and put together plausible content, but also because of how far it had come from a previous version.
During the pandemic when marketing budgets have frozen, publishers have experienced an uptick in shorter-form, quickly completed social branded content campaigns, with lower production costs and multimedia flourishes.
In such conditions many kinds which do not flourish very freely in the open garden, grow into handsome specimens.
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He bowed, with a flourish of his plumed hat, and would with that have taken his departure but that the Seneschal stayed him.
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Virginia leaf still continues to flourish, and to-day it is the great agricultural product of the State.
That is, the number of them cut short, and reduced to few, shall flourish in abundance of justice.
Socialism, like every other impassioned human effort, will flourish best under martyrdom.

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