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- Venus Williams's straight-set victory over sister Serena in the Wimbledon women's semi-finals was the most affecting sports contest in recent memory.
- Like her male counterpart, she always seems to have an affecting awareness of her sidekick status.
- Still, you'd be hard-pressed to find a fresher, more affecting show in the city this summer.
- His art at its most affecting projects a harrowing instability.
- The few truly affecting moments are overwhelmed by the embarrassing cheese.
- There is an affecting description here of a meeting with Jawaharlal Nehru.
- The two deliver strong, affecting performances.
- There are some affecting moments at the start of the story.
- A recent episode elevated this superior soap opera into deeply affecting drama.
- The whole volume constitutes an effort to resolve a problem that must confront anyone who finds the world a deeply affecting yet intangible chimera.
- But the most affecting interviews are with Youssef, a nine-year-old Egyptian American born and raised in New York City.
- The most affecting scenes in the novel are those depicting the decimation wrought by this plague-like contagion.
- But in general, this is a strong, thought-provoking piece of writing and an impressive, affecting performance.
- Never was a more beautiful effusion of grief interrupted by a more affecting incident
- In this handsome new collection, the band shows it is justly proud of one of the least affected, most affecting voices around.
- Here are two real and affecting characters for whose reunion, at the ballet's climax, the choreographer made one of his most poetic pas de deux.
- Both novels are perfectly enjoyable, if somewhat flawed in places, and both novelists show sufficient talent and invention to produce further, hopefully more polished and affecting works.
- With Nobody's Fool he weaves a magic spell with the help of a funny, affecting screenplay and a top notch supporting cast.
- With his quiet but affecting meditations on what constitutes the self, Sakuma makes us aware of our relation to others and of our existence and its inevitable end.
- This is a lovingly told story of redemption and familial love, but recounted at such close range that every success or failure in this family becomes acutely affecting.