• They stayed like that for a while, Ginny convinced that the whale had a message to deliver, something she might translate and convey to the world.

    NEWYORKER: M&M World

  • Should the President be doing something else to convey the message to people in his own party as to why they should support this?

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • What prisoners try to convey to the free is how the presence of time as something being done to you, instead of something you do things with, alters the mind at every moment.

    NEWYORKER: The Caging of America

  • But as the point of a title should be to convey some information to others, saving them from embarrassment or hours of research, this would be something of an improvement.

    ECONOMIST: To sir, with confusion

  • Mr Fischer's own expertise lies in this area: he deciphered the rongorongo script of Easter Island, something that looks more like a design for children's wallpaper than a way to convey information.

    ECONOMIST: Language

  • In addition to inserting Mr. Holloway's welcome orchestral interlude—which (together with skillful projections) did convey something of Peer's global misadventures, as well as spare us some of Ibsen's and Grieg's less-successful scenes—he added three grating, scary orchestral episodes from Alfred Schnittke's music for "Peer Gynt" written between 1985 and 1987.

    WSJ: "Peer" Pressure | Peer Gynt | San Francisco Symphony Orchestra | By David Littlejohn

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