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When you talk sense (and quote demonstrably unmanipulated facts) then maybe you'll be taken notice of.
Brotherly love swept the earth in a way that—even in the era of the unmanipulated 1985—we would surely have otherwise never seen.
Manipulated outcomes are meaningless because they are manipulated, and unmanipulated outcomes are meaningless because they cannot be distinguished from manipulated ones.
Governments and corporate managers cannot successfully lie to anyone in the presence of a genuinely unmanipulated, uncensored, free press void of partisan, ideological agenda.
Do you honestly - c'mon now, HONESTLY, believe that the Democrats will allow a completely accurate, unmanipulated Census?
So either this image has been so heavily manipulated that it is only vaguely based on a real human figure leave nothing unmanipulated!
Mariah Carey: Who Care-y? Cosmo7 2009
These are pictures of water that looked quite disgusting in reality and like nothing at all in the unmanipulated photograph.
Water mysteries. Ann Althouse 2008
Honest wine, straightforward and unmanipulated, so the fruit and minerals are front and center.
Another example is the power of the big ratings agencies, which are supposed to give investors and consumers unbiased and unmanipulated information about the health of a corporation or creditor.
The images, all the more arresting in that they are unmanipulated and naturally lit, are printed on Japanese paper made using 300-year-old techniques.