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A Liberal Democrat MP has tabled a motion in parliament accusing the BBC of 'dramatising' its reporting of the economic downturn engulfing the country.
"dramatising" were practised were startlingly better in reading, in attentiveness, and in general power of expression, than the pupils of like social conditions in the same grades of other cities which I visited soon after, and in which the more conventional methods were exclusively used.
How to Tell Stories to Children, And Some Stories to Tell Sara Cone Bryant
The theatre has become particularly known for its verbatim political plays, including Guardian journalist Richard Norton-Taylor's dramatising of the Hutton inquiry and the Macpherson inquiry into Stephen Lawrence's murder.
Cycling over Hampstead Heath, I wonder if by dramatising his school days Hare is retreating from the bafflement of politics.
If you went for the suicide bomber opening, the only valid reason for me for dramatising it in a prologue is to get across the political and personal viewpoint of the perpetrator.
On Prologues Hal Duncan 2009
Other proposals include dramatising classical philosophical texts and installing a trail of busts of great philosophers around the town.
Malmesbury bids to become UK's first 'philosophy town' Steven Morris 2010
The story Issie liked to tell was that her mother had left the children to go and apply her lipstick – which is straight out of A Handful of Dust – but Detmar disputes the veracity of this: Issie, too, could be self-dramatising.
Blow by Blow: The Story of Isabella Blow by Detmar Blow Rachel Cooke 2010
It is just a prologue, aimed at dramatising exposition that I would have to explain in the main body of the text otherwise.
He backed a bold (if futile) experiment in finding new candidates and eventually gambled on Boris Johnson, a risky choice but one dramatising what the new Conservatism was about.
Narration is in the present tense, dramatising Bateman's obsessive dedication to a lifestyle.