Once an awkward mix of supreme talents, James, Wade and Bosh now complement one another with remarkable grace.
—New York Times (May 4, 2014)
Random explosions of noise erupt like geysers spouting at will.
—BBC (Apr 12, 2014)
Hardliners, irked by the foreign policy shift since Rouhani was elected in June, have repeatedly criticized the deal.
Reuters (Feb 10, 2014)
Every player participates in clinics, like the one on Wednesday, which was free, to kindle interest in a potential fan base.
—New York Times (Apr 17, 2014)
It also works in warm, muggy areas where air conditioning is a big portion of utility costs.
-Forbes (Jan 6, 2014)
We answered the students’ questions about character development and symbolism, while imagining our house ransacked, stripped of valuables.
—Salon (Apr 12, 2014)
At Lucky’s, a steak worthy of The Flintstones comes with mashed Yukon potatoes and sage-spiked gravy.
-Southern Living (Apr 29, 2014)
They whirl gleefully around a flagpole that now flies the Russian flag.
—Slate (Mar 14, 2014)
And in 2009, Serena Williams famously went berserk on a line judge at the US Open, threatening to shove a ball in an uncomfortable place.
—Salon (Feb 10, 2014)
“The Sleep-walkers” analyses the run-up to the war and paints a picture of blunders and misunderstandings in the complexities of European imperial politics.
—BBC (Mar 2, 2014)