Displays of malformations were obviously often strikingly offensive, none more so than the “Hottentot Venus.”
strikingly, only two of the five—Hoover and Tilden—made their money themselves.
Somehow this strikingly intelligent, nuanced appeal to the American people failed, and Perry was unable to grab the nomination.
Weaver was the brains behind that campaign and now has crafted a strikingly similar plan for Huntsman.
Following a strikingly apocalyptic litany of horrors that we humans visit upon animals, Bardot got around to Newman.
The ideas are clear-cut and concise; the melody and harmony distinctive and strikingly characteristic.
There are scenes in which this truth is strikingly illustrated.
Greenland is a country where every object is strikingly singular, or highly magnificent.
The effect of a wrong setting will then be strikingly apparent.
This is true in general of the statements made in political economy; but it is most strikingly true in the discussions of money.