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Rubin paraphrased: "Graham favor step-by-step [sic] approach," she wrote.
The few fragments of Joyce's unpublished works that I found I simply paraphrased.James Joyce’s Grandson Stephen and Literature’s Most Tyrannical Estate | Gordon Bowker | June 14, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Your paraphrased question asks how often do we see the media admit to inaccurate reporting?Dear Asshole: The Letters of Ben Bradlee From New Biography | Matthew DeLuca | May 12, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
(paraphrased) Bill: I don't know, but I know there will be, and it'll be a good thing.Bill Clinton at Women in the World: We Need a No-Fly Zone | The Daily Beast | March 10, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Editor's Note: In an earlier version of this article, three sentences were paraphrased from a TMZ report without attribution.
"Little man who has had a busy day with a job well done," Lamb paraphrased it sarcastically.
The translations are not always literal—the originals being sometimes abridged and sometimes paraphrased.The Gardener | Rabindranath Tagore
And he paraphrased it thus: "The growth of the individual mirrors the growth of the species."Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12 | Elbert Hubbard
"Millions for sight-seeing, but not a cent for gambling," Dalzell paraphrased lightly.Dave Darrin on Mediterranean Service | H. Irving Hancock
This may be paraphrased in the following manner; and with such latitude will be found perfectly consonant to the truth.
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