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1 He is planning to dramatize the novel.
2 Why do you have to dramatize everything?
3 They have a tendency to show off, to dramatize almost every situation.
4 The story would dramatize admirably.
5 The biography of the great leader will dramatize well.
6 Don't dramatize so much, just give us the facts.
7 Some newspapers tend to dramatize reports of property crimes.
8 I can dramatize this by discussing the one time when I did try to aim for a distant target.
9 King tried moving into a slum to dramatize the housing crisis, but Chicagoans already knew about the slums.
10 The problem is how to dramatize a nonevent.
11 This novel would dramatize well.
12 The film attempts neither to dramatize nor sermonize.
13 So we have come here today to dramatize an shameful condition.
14 So we've come here today to dramatize a shameful condition.
15 Often, well - worded speech can dramatize the situation far better.
16 To dramatize the necessity of clandestine warfare, instructors objectively recited case histories and their import.
17 So we have come here today to dramatize the shameful condition.
18 S o we have come here today to dramatize an appalling condition.
19 We have come here today to dramatize a shameful condition.
20 To dramatize the gloom and doom of the second budget, city officials printed it on purple paper and used black poster boards in the public presentation.
21 She tends to dramatize.
22 Some manufacturers dramatize light output measurements by using candlepower units. They can get away with this because light measurement terminology is unfamiliar to most people.
23 Don't believe everything she tells you; she tends to dramatize.
24 The ones we have included are meant only to dramatize the similarities between these two fields of experience.
25 One of our most fundamental desires, it seems(sentencedict.com), is to know and dramatize the richness of physical life.
26 Some things are hard to write about. After something happens to you, you go to write it down, and either you over dramatize it, or underplay it, exaggerate the wrong parts or ignore the important ones. At any rate, you never write it quite the way you want to. Sylvia Plath
27 Moreover, the thesis focus on Byronic hero that the poet created, it used as Byron's property to dramatize himself. Byronic heroes embody his selfhood.
28 More than 400 exiles were on a dawn-to-dusk hunger strike to dramatize their plight.
29 Don't worry too much about what she said—she tends to dramatize things.
30 Sarkozy earlier played down the furor, saying,[www.Sentencedict.com] " There's no need to dramatize things. "
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