“Barbecue is pretty unsubtle,” says Kerridge.
Sometimes Chinese cash buys unsubtle happy talk.
Because if we don’t, we may get unsubtle snickers from career counselors.
Waverley Root called the cooking of alpine France coarse, unsubtle and stern.
Pentagon officials judged the measures too unsubtle and ordered up their own set of options.
In advertisements, the company cracks jokes about the L train and takes unsubtle jabs at New Jersey.
“And once you realise how many of them there are you realise how unsubtle a business crime control is.”
Roughly every decade this switches from explicit power grabs to unsubtle efforts to manipulate civilian leaders.
AirPods were also afforded a cultural thumbs-up via millennials and Gen Zers “AirPod flexing” in an unsubtle form of social signalling.
Passed unanimously on 14 May, the tax was also an unsubtle demonstration of the company town’s disaffection with its unofficial patron, Seattle-headquartered Amazon.
Lewis once declared that he was not a “legitimate President,” to which Trump responded, in an unsubtle slur, that Lewis’s congressional district was “crime infested.”
Although the Keyhole pair has no external branding, the Dipsea pair features small, unsubtle white circles on the tops of the arms, with the brand name inside of them.
Hardy is an entertainingly feral and angry Capone, although there is something a bit unsubtle in his eye-widening display of mute outrage when something displeases him.
This is the sort of piece for which Tompkins is most famous: realistic, large-scale images of genitals and penetrative sex – unsubtle images painted with great subtlety.
Everything here is flashy and unsubtle, but Washington crafts something akin to a mouse-trap – all coiled rage and relentless intimidation, leaving no one who encounters him unscathed.
Gorsuch for the Supreme Court, to accuse the news media of underplaying terrorist attacks, to praise Rick Scott, the Florida governor, and to send an unsubtle message about the benefits of having supported his presidential campaign.
. — The Tuesday night speaking lineup for the Democratic National Convention was always intended as a muscular contrast on foreign policy and diplomatic integrity, presented to viewers under the evening’s unsubtle theme: “Leadership Matters.”
“This is an extreme, unsubtle and illegal example of the increasingly common practice of using money to get an edge in the race for a place in an elite university,” said Christopher Hunt, who runs College Essay Mentor, a consulting service for applicants.
What we are seeing is a sustained peaceful uprising across the country, with those in the streets demanding systemic change — not just to how our cities are policed, but also in regard to the subtle and unsubtle racism that permeates so much of American life.
(The single’s display art, featuring a receipt, is an unsubtle reference to the 2002 interview in which Diane Sawyer asked Whitney Houston if she had spent seven hundred and thirty thousand dollars on drugs, a claim that had been circling the media, to which a quizzical-looking Houston responded, “I want to see the receipts.”)
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The singles display art featuring a receipt is an unsubtle reference to the 2002 interview in which Diane Sawyer asked Whitney Houston if she had spent seven hundred and thirty thousand dollars on drugs a claim that had been circling the media to which a quizzical-looking Houston responded I want to see the receipts