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Other stories, such as “Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain,” further illustrate Evans’s considerable range, particularly for original, affecting portrayals of grief and intimacy.
As it turns out, the portrayal is accurate — and part of the reason for Bowden’s generosity was that he nearly took the coaching job at Marshall, and very well might have been on that plane.
Since the tweets contest the normative portrayals of same-sex relations, they also constitute activist representations.
That contradicts its fans portrayal of Big Tech as a matchless growth machine.
She was loved by her legions of fans for her indelible portrayal of Princess Leia in the “Stars Wars” franchise and other performances — from Marie in “When Harry Met Sally,” to her cameo in a “Sex and the City” episode.
Liszt, from whose book some of the above details are derived, completes his portrayal of Chopin by some characteristic touches.
The most complete literary portrayal of George Sand that has been handed down to us, however, is by Heine.
I know I have given a rose-colored account of him, yet some shadow belongs to the portrayal.
REVOLUTIONARY READERSOPHIE LEE FOSTER
The other characters are all well drawn, and the play is an excellent portrayal of domestic life of seventy-five years ago.
It gave Mark Twain a chance to exercise two of his chief gifts—transcription and portrayal.

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