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In the movie’s gorgeously shot, wordless opening, a teenage girl escorts her little brother to school by pulling him along on a rough wooden board fitted with wheels.In Netflix's Tender and Exhilarating Skater Girl, a Shy Indian Teenager Takes Flight on a Board with Wheels|Stephanie Zacharek|June 11, 2021|Time
His Underground Railroad lingers on individual images, incorporating wordless, lyrical passages that reveal characters’ interior landscapes.
The law firm claimed that the user posted the wordless one-star review to their Google My Business listing with the intent to cause damage to their reputation or profession and to dissuade potential clients from doing business with them.
“We conclude that, as a matter of law, a one-star wordless review posted on Google Review is an expression of opinion protected by the First Amendment,” the Michigan court stated.One-star ratings on Google are deemed not defamatory and why that’s a problem|Joy Hawkins|April 16, 2021|Search Engine Land
The image is so familiar as to leave an art reviewer wordless.
This creative experiment in virtually wordless filmmaking, which we ended up calling Day One, freed us in so many ways.
The Caldecott-honored Red Book by Barbara Lehman has been described as “a wordless mind trip for tots.”
Behind the commonplace sentences, the hidden wordless Play also drew on towards its Curtain.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
The verbose Marmot, wordless; the listless Slaughter, dominant.Colonial Born|G. Firth Scott
Hitherto they had been voiceless, wordless, needing all their breath for their hard-labouring efforts to break down the gates.North and South|Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
The ice around Xenie's frozen heart melted at that wordless prayer.A Dreadful Temptation|Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller
He was, said Larry, grim and he rarely spoke; but a close, wordless friendship had developed between them.Children of the Whirlwind|Leroy Scott