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The result is riveting, often revelatory, crammed with facts, occasionally personal, and almost always depressing.
With their passion and experience, and their track records for landing revelatory stories about abuses of power, they are just the team we need as we dramatically scale up our commitment to local reporting.
Hill’s QBR in that one revelatory game was 14 points lower than Brees’s mark for the season.
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It’s called Jio Platforms, and it is the subject of a revelatory feature by Vivienne Walt in the current issue of Fortune.
In mounting excitement, he read the coldly beautiful, the terrible and revelatory poem through to the end.
WHAT ROUGH BEAST?JEFFERSON HIGHE
Only if the people are of the simplest and most self-revelatory kind.
DRAMATIC TECHNIQUEGEORGE PIERCE BAKER
A similar difference exists between the august Truth of tragedy and the less revelatory truthfulness of melodrama.
Divers revelatory incidents were arranged to eventuate on the limited train.
ALADDIN & CO.HERBERT QUICK
These are full of variety and of actual novelty, now of startling discord, now of revelatory beauty.
Since the pragmatists are claiming the Frenchman as one of their own, this statement may prove revelatory.
EGOISTSJAMES HUNEKER

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