GARETH Southgate did not sugarcoat
things in the dressing room following a defeat to France that highlighted just how quickly England's players need to learn.
Don't let the sweet color pallete of her art fool you--the hues of pink, grey and black sugarcoat
the morbid mix of reality her art expresses.
I don't sugarcoat
anything, I'm here to give Adamson a championship before my contract expires.
The liberal elite, who keep trying to sugarcoat
the fact Ms Pryce is a criminal, claim this is "harsh and vindictive".
High self-monitors are likely to avoid sharing bad news due to their awareness of the negative association with sharing bad news; however, they are also likely to sugarcoat
when they do share negative information as it is a way they can maintain emotional support by sharing negative information in a way that is more palatable for the recipient.
Reporting from Moscow, Julia Ioffe makes no attempt to sugarcoat
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the half-Jewish Russian oligarch laid low by two politicized trials, in her profile today in Tablet Magazine: The man undeniably bent the rules, almost certainly broke some laws, and entirely possibly got blood on his hands on his road to becoming his country's richest man in the late 1990s.
She didn't sugarcoat
(in a politically correct manner) ancient human sacrifices as admirable religious rituals.
The stories of survivors are gut-wrenching and Breslin makes no attempt to sugarcoat
what has happened.
It is useful, too, to remember that defending the indefensible has long been a popular sport on the left, whose own revisionist historians are busy trying to sugarcoat
not McCarthyism but Stalinism.
Although her book is incredibly affirming, Garner doesn't sugarcoat
We can't sugarcoat
this as just being a good chance for any other,' said Megson.