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This is not high production value YouTube, or YouTube driven by spectacle or personality.
More meta-comedy than action spectacle, it’s the rare superhero story that could potentially appeal to viewers, like me, whose eyes glaze over when battle scenes run longer than a few minutes.
To be sure, the football spectacle changed to accommodate the realities of the war.
Wilkie speculated in an email that Takano was “laying the grounds for a spectacle.”
Signing now would help him avoid a spectacle this season and focus on basketball and his family, which have been his priorities throughout his career.
The whole spectacle made Fallon feel better about the security of American elections.
The spectacle prompted questions over the usefulness of the format and claims the debate in Cleveland was the worst in living memory.
Her mutilated body became a public spectacle after police who responded at the scene leaked pictures that the media reproduced.
In the evening, St. Peter's and its accessories were illuminated—by far the most brilliant spectacle I ever saw.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
Thus all about us is the moving and shifting spectacle of riches and poverty, side by side, inextricable.

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