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For all the power, grace and technical skill demanded of elite gymnastics, the true measure of greatness is determined by fractions of a point awarded by a panel of judges.
In the opening of “Smoke,” Isaiah has put his little house in East Long Beach on the market, bid a painful farewell to the love of his life, an artist named Grace, and hit the road.
In the last chat, Grace said, “Porto isn’t very good this year.”
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Hutchings nonetheless took a moment to ask for grace from frustrated parents, teachers and students.
He spread his grace on everything and every one he came in contact with.
We’re a country in need of grace and mercy and no small amount of understanding.
DEMOCRACY SURVIVED, BARELYROBIN GIVHANJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Known for her humility, grace and of course, her style, what has made King most irresistible is her versatility — propelling from child star to now one of Hollywood’s most in-demand actresses and directors.
They began to gain notice in 1966, after Princess Grace of Monaco — previously known as the actress Grace Kelly — admired one of their performances.
Like Nixon in 1960, Gore tried to bring “grace and humor” to the proceedings, according to The Post’s coverage at the time.
Children of color, like Grace, were disproportionately involved at nearly every point in the juvenile justice system.

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