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From shrinking willies to volcanic eruptions, disappearing hazelnut coffees to pithy brews, we celebrate Earth Day by reflecting on the all-too-human costs of climate change.
I was constantly pulling out pithy facts about how we’re not implementing solutions on the necessary scale.
The wicked man's epitaph, as a rule, may be generally appropriately written in the pithy words "He was, and is not."
He is in speech eloquent and pithy; but which is chiefest, he is in religion, as religious in life as he is sincere in profession.
The familiar voice that gave utterance to this pithy affirmation proceeded from the doorway leading into the reception hall.
As pithy an inscription appears on the bell of S. Ives, which is rung early in the morning.
Aphorism, af′or-izm, n. a concise statement of a principle in any science: a brief, pithy saying: an adage.
With what pithy expression the first two lines place you in the very heart of the subject!
Its contents were unpleasantly short and pithy—'Hal drowned at two o'clock this morning.
ANIMAL GHOSTSELLIOTT O'DONNELL
Then comes his trial and condemnation, the account of which is most remarkable precise and pithy.

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