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  • The issues raised by the real-life incident are just as compelling, though less dramatic.
  • She was not as compelling under the sun as in candle light, he observed. Cited from The Three Black Pennys, by Joseph Hergesheimer
  • However, other film analysts regard the film as compelling because of its deep psychological portraits.
  • His next act was born of the inspired cunning of his fear of being exposed, which was almost as compelling as his fear of death. Cited from The Last Shot, by Frederick Palmer
  • There was something winning as well as compelling in Enoch's voice. Cited from The Enchanted Canyon, by Honore Willsie Morrow
  • The principle has been attacked in all three spheres, although so far none of the criticisms brought against it have been generally regarded as compelling.
  • He also expressed the hope that Vickers' songwriting voice might in the future become as compelling as her singing one.
  • The Museum features hundreds of original objects and photographs, as well as compelling audio and video presentations.
  • But as compelling as that sounds, Scott says the film's content would put it over the edge of decency for most.
  • Stephen Pearcy was said to still be in his Ratt form, indeed his voice was just as compelling.
  • Because all these systems lacked rotary joysticks, however, some felt they were not as compelling as the arcade version.
  • Cases against conspiracies are seldom as compelling as cases in support of conspiracies.
  • "Why should it be Saltash?" he said, with that in his voice that arrested her as compelling as if he had laid a hand upon her. Cited from The Obstacle Race, by Ethel M. Dell
  • The film was advertised as compelling evidence for Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
  • The Times called it "a stunning debut" and "as compelling as it is original".
  • Though some jurors had doubts about his guilt, his drawings and writings were cited by jury members as compelling evidence against him.
  • In the course of the book we are introduced to two generations of Ingmars, and their love stories are quite as compelling as the religious motives of the book. Cited from Jerusalem, by Selma Lagerlo"f
  • It brought with it increased attention for individual players, who reached super-star status nationwide on careers that often were not as compelling as those who had come before them in a less media intense time.
  • The ability to kick people in the head is just as compelling to us - as long as that's coupled with an ability to vividly describe the experience.
  • Two years before the term "flying saucer" was ever used, Weygers vision gave a glimpse into the future as compelling then as it is today.
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