Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Tracchia, in turn, was belabouring Harlow's already sadly battered and bruised face, but the belabouring was of no avail.
But there is no belaboring of those visions - or of the stylized plague.
Too much stage direction, too much belaboring of the obvious, and too much clumsy back story.
On top of comic excess, such a scenario invites schmaltz and bathos, not to mention a belaboring of gender issues.
THE belaboring of Billy's transformation is simply a mistake in storytelling, for Mr. Say is a storyteller.
We have heard from some afflicted high school students that the belaboring of guilt and grief in the absence of naming other reactions is soon felt as burdensome and insincere.
Still, with all the minute belaboring of "Messiah" editions now endlessly undertaken by Mr. Brown and others, a listener cannot help wishing that similar energy were being expended to broaden the active repertory.
Mr. Lloyd, for instance, goes memorably ballistic when a black musician has the temerity to speak directly into the camera, to the home audience, but there is no belaboring of the point; no one needs to be told how pervasive racism was in 1948.
"My concern is that by the constant belaboring of such foolish points, somehow it will have a subconscious effect on both the league office and the officials, and that it will affect the upcoming series," Van Gundy said yesterday during a conference call nearly 24 hours after the Knicks eliminated the Heat, 83-82, in Game 7.