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- For pure, quiet horror, I think that lyric is matchless.
- It concludes with an explanation of the meaning of Independence Day to Americans with matchless eloquence and insight in words that remain as relevant now as then.
- They spent two days filming and interviewing around the area and were mainly blessed with excellent weather so they could capture some of the matchless scenery.
- He was an intellectual and moral touchstone, of matchless integrity, selflessly public-spirited and civic-minded in a way that is harder and harder to find.
- It is just the bare bones of a novel, but matchless all the same, much as a sketch by Rembrandt can outclass the competition.
- They were wells of knowledge, too, passionate from having acquired a matchless knowledge of their subject as well as the trust of collectors.
- His talent for wringing bitter humor out of miserable lonely men is matchless.
- And where he is matchless is as a poet of fishing and the sea.
- The book has been re-launched by Penguin India to mark the 350th anniversary of the building of the matchless monument.
- Foremost among them are a fine intellectual acuity, a great sense of humour, a matchless raconteurial skill, a superb capacity for loyalty and friendship, and a keen interest in national and international affairs.
- Now is the time to visit this park before more lodges open and the remoteness and matchless beauty are lost to the tourism.
- But his tireless energy, his matchless ability to persuade advertisers that space in his pages was worth buying, transformed the Digest's fortunes in India.
- His physical beauty and the beauty of his play fused with all of his other qualities - his audacity, his bravery, his ambition - into a matchless whole greater than the sum of its parts.
- He is matchless not only in the field of design and architecture, but in humility as well.
- In my few days there, I came to appreciate the matchless wit and capacity for fun, as well as their serious and at times somewhat dark side.
- Shakespeare's greatness lies not in a gift for memorable phrase but in his matchless exploration of enduring human concerns that are not tied to a particular era or social system.
- It has a matchless second-hand bookshop which sells bundles of sage used by the Ojibwa to prepare sacred space, seven types of Kentucky chewing tobacco, and undulates with cats.
- Given the extensive network of the Indian Railways, its competence to take the message to the nook and corner of the country is truly matchless.
- The series of period rooms are a matchless setting for the wonderful collection of furniture and artefacts.
- These were and continue to be the standard answers, and they're all essential to her matchless achievement.