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In an incisive collection of essays, cultural critic Jia Tolentino unpacks our collective self-delusions about who we are, what motivates us and how we view the world.
The Bon Appétit fallout could absolutely make for incisive satire, especially with an insider like Walker-Hartshorn involved.
It includes anticipating the customer’s needs and making even the most complex technology simple and joyfully intuitive for the customer to use, which the company calls “incisive simplicity.”
Applicants will be judged by a panel of experts that includes some of the most incisive journalists and informed experts working today.
Immediately her own reassumed a harsh, proud set, her voice became even more incisive and cold.
He has six incisive and two canine teeth in each jaw, without reckoning the grinders.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
His speech was rather incisive, considering how little he had seen of Paul.
PAUL PATOFFF. MARION CRAWFORD
Next above him in age is the host; shrewd, brusque, incisive of speech and manner.
The little woman was so combative and incisive that this always seemed a necessary precaution on the part of that gentleman.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
"That is not true," thought Katharine; but she remained silent, although increasingly stirred by Mrs Stanhope's incisive words.
KATHARINE FRENSHAMBEATRICE HARRADEN

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