Laconic sentence example

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  • He raised both eyebrows with a laconic grin.
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  • Cato labours to express himself in an awkward and laconic epistle, apologizing for its length.
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  • So little did he understand the seriousness of the situation that, when the laconic message "All is over!"
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  • A full and suitably laconic report of events will follow in March.
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  • Ian Brown's set was pretty much as you'd expect, delivered in a typically laid-back, almost laconic way.
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  • For a long time, the laws applicable to hunting with hounds have remained very laconic.
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  • Hill makes inspired use of Bronson's laconic, unemotional style of acting to provide an almost mythic celebration of the honorable fighting hero.
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  • We see him change from being a chubby, loud mouthed drunkard to being a lean, mean, laconic, vengeance machine.
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  • A new Go-Betweens album, the superbly laconic The Friends Of Rachel Worth, is shortly to appear.
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  • However, their mystery is only a superficial illusion that is enhanced by Virgo's curt and laconic communication style.
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  • The romance which has here been utilized shows an acquaintance with Egypt; the narratives are discursive, not laconic, everything is more detailed, and more under the influence of literary art.
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  • It involves a slow, laconic vocals and slowed beats.
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  • The existence of famine and cholera added to the difficulties of the government, and in March 1867 the Lower House, by a majority of three, passed the laconic resolution, " The chamber inflicts a vote of blame on the government.
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