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heavy-handed

heavy-handed Sentence Examples

  • With the instinct of a true statesman, he felt the pulse of the people, divined their need for prestige, and their preference for a government heavy-handed rather than lax.

  • heavy-handed at times on moderation (not with regards to my own postings, I hasten to add!

  • heavy-handed tactics.

  • heavy-handed state intervention and regulation.

  • heavy-handed approach.

  • heavy-handed attempts at irony.

  • heavy-handed detailed regulation.

  • heavy-handed actions of Scotland Yard have made sure that for the foreseeable future we certainly won't have one.

  • STONE during 1961, a rather heavy-handed melodrama starring Vivian Leigh.

  • I do agree, however, with Randy's comments about Mick Harvey being too heavy-handed.

  • It does seem that the Russians have been a little heavy-handed.

  • I've found OG very heavy-handed at times on moderation (not with regards to my own postings, I hasten to add!

  • The author is an academic and his style, while not heavy-handed, shows it.

  • There were no original songs and the album was somewhat heavy-handed in its production.

  • Meanwhile, police are getting heavy-handed at a sit-down protest at Cambridge Circus.

  • Creator Diane English left the show to produce other projects; her light touch was missed, as the show became more heavy-handed.

  • In the current political climate, these attempts at topicality appear remarkably heavy-handed.

  • orgy of death and destruction in order to attract the inevitable heavy-handed US response.

  • Bea notices Meg looking pained at Sally's heavy handed attempts to impose discipline.

  • NG has used heavy-handed tactics to suppress objecting landowners.

  • With the instinct of a true statesman, he felt the pulse of the people, divined their need for prestige, and their preference for a government heavy-handed rather than lax.

  • The more it grows, the more heavy-handed it becomes and the more it tramples the very rights it purports to protect.

  • NG has used heavy-handed tactics to suppress objecting landowners.

  • The lipstick shades of the 80s did not differ too much from what is seen today, although the application was a little more heavy-handed.

  • If you are heavy-handed, then run your brush lightly over the top of the makeup before applying it to your lash line in long, even strokes.

  • To avoid a heavy-handed makeup job, your lips and cheeks should be more subdued.

  • I got a little heavy-handed on the first try and realized that less was more.

  • The best way to get a true emo look is to not get heavy-handed with the makeup.

  • Do not overwhelm a small guest list with a heavy-handed decorating scheme.

  • This war of words has become pretty heavy-handed on Trump's side.

  • A star of action films long before he became governor of California, Arnold is known for his muscle-bound exterior and his heavy-handed strength.

  • After six years of service, Nardelli turned in his resignation amid complaints of heavy-handed management and his $123.7 million pay package that did not include stock option grants.

  • From the Statice collection we have Sunset, a cat-eyed shaped, heavy handed frame with handmade Italian Zyl, a Hobbie S/S hinge and a central wire core for a supreme fit.

  • The Technomarine logo that is printed on the outside of the frame is done so in a heavy-handed, bold, and yes, gold print.

  • All of the color combinations work magnificently with the aforementioned heavy-handed gold logo.

  • Since nobody drinks just one ounce of wine, a standard pour, about four to six ounces (depending on how generous or heavy handed the bartender is) contains three to four carbohydrates per glass.

  • Mamiya: This technique uses the same principle as the heavy-handed tattoo needle technique, but with a dremel tool and various heads.

  • Also, some moves by the RIAA and labels have been criticized as heavy handed.

  • Many karaoke downloading sites tend to be heavy handed with the pop up ads, and they also tend to be run by companies that sell ringtones online, which can sometimes be a little fly-by-night and shady.

  • On the show, one housewife, Danielle, takes the opposite approach and drops heavy-handed hints about her dangerous connections.

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