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1, You can train people to be more expressive.
2, A baby's cry may be expressive of hunger or pain.
3, Her poem is expressive of calm days and peace of mind.
4, Every word and gesture is expressive of the artist's sincerity.
5, The final movement of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is expressive of joy.
6, And now ... Ace's face was no less expressive.
7, She is a wonderful actress, with striking, expressive features.
8, Men perform an instrumental role, women an expressive one.
9, Johansson is a fluent and expressive fiddler.
10, She has large, expressive eyes.
11, Her eyes grew larger and more expressive.
12, This brings us back to the expressive order.
13, He had a quiet but expressive voice.
14, The poor animal's eyes seemed humanly expressive.
15, Voices were more expressive than eyes.
16, Achuff's dancing is versatile and expressive.
17, She has wonderfully expressive eyes.
18, They are expressive of the sentiments of retributive justice that Beccaria wished to exclude from consideration of punishments.
19, The hood framed her expressive face,(http://sentencedict.com/expressive.html) emphasising the grimace of determination before she lowered herself into the starting blocks.
20, It is amazing how expressive she makes each note sound.
21, It gave workshops and seminars to help priests and lay people plan liturgies that were expressive, inclusive and theologically sound.
22, We have said that the strings are the most expressive and flexible group in the orchestra.
23, Traditional steps were incorporated into warlike foot movements surmounted by expressive hand gestures.
24, On assessment he was found to show moderate learning difficulties and a marked language delay both in comprehension and expressive language.
25, All its suffering was condensed in its eyes which, in memory, are humanly expressive.
26, The Hilliard Ensemble, using six male voices, gives immaculate performances that are rhythmically alive and expressive.
27, An even more important distinction is the fact that the remedial work is expressive rather than productive.
28, This tension explains why we are addressing the biotic and expressive orders.
29, So long as Stravinsky had led the opposition on behalf of tonality, art music had broadened and deepened in expressive range.
30, The men have these huge leaps, and the women are very expressive above the waist.
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