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The media has been used manipulatively to create support for different sides.
Some people find Donne manipulatively difficult and withholding.
In 2009, the siblings were involved in a plot which saw them manipulatively bring their parents back together in marriage.
In 2005, Sami manipulatively created a male alter ego, Stan.
It's that he was aggressively, manipulatively, and smugly wrong."
Eddie's journey after his demise is manipulatively but touchingly geared to readers seeking consolation in a post-9/11 world.
Mother loved, but she loved manipulatively.
She portrays Ruth, a zealous, ambitious character who behaves manipulatively out of inner insecurity.
Tough, scheming and manipulatively adorable, Jeannie makes a terrifyingly perfect show-biz kid.
It's now as difficult to separate the real from the manipulatively unreal on TV as it is the live from the taped.
Nettled by the suggestion in that last question that he is manipulatively sitting on his lead, he leaned forward and volunteered:
Mr. Serrano's new photographs are as showy as ever, but they are less manipulatively provocative and more imaginatively generous.
Just as manipulatively, the mullahs informed a U.N. human rights investigator that Iran's harsh criminal justice system was being softened.
Catherine played manipulatively on Jeanne's hopes for her son and finally won her agreement to the marriage by promising that Henry could remain a Huguenot.
Curzon is shown a very bright personality, extremely charismatic yet arrogant and neglectful at times where he starts behaving selfish and manipulatively.
The story is manipulatively feel-good, the view of life for the disabled is simplistic and sanitized, the use of cheesecake to liven things up is shameless.
The "correct approach" to the matter, he said, "was prayerful, not gimmicky, not gleefully, not manipulatively and not with somebody winning for the narrowest and cheapest of reasons."
In terms of race, it puts Negro characters on stage whom one rarely sees there: characters one can use words like "high-strung," "high-handed" and "manipulatively feminine" to describe.
But as William moves forward to find his pregnant wife, through a series of events that grow powerfully if manipulatively dramatic, "Walk Through Darkness" largely sustains its delicacy.
Months into the character's duration on the series, he manipulatively seduced businessman Victor Newman's (Eric Braeden) teenage daughter Victoria (Heather Tom).
Little seems to happen but that Natasha manipulatively quashes the plans for a party in the home, but the resultant quiet suggests that all gaiety is being quashed as well.
As the report points out, the current program has been manipulatively revised in an attempt to lock in future Administrations, tailored to the political calendar, which has nothing to do with science or strategy.
Then there is the media event , an event staged deliberately and cunningly, even manipulatively, for extensive coverage by the media: it has also been called a pseudoevent .
Rynaldo manipulatively presses Gostanzo to keep the secret; Gostanzo agrees...and instantly goes to Marc Antonio to squeal and inform.
Audiences sobbed through "Care of the Spitfire Grill," a manipulatively heartwarming story about a young woman (Alison Elliott), just out of prison, who finds spiritual redemption in Maine.
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