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(of a good quality or skill) be clearly evident:‘at Murrayfield his talent shone through’
- ‘His evident sincerity and resolve shone through once again; he is his own best weapon.’
- ‘The food was mainly pretty good and the quality of the ingredients shone through, even where the combinations worked less well for us.’
- ‘Her love of the English language was always evident and shone through her many and varied readings.’
- ‘Not as exotic as some might like, but the quality shone through.’
- ‘As soon as they hit the stage, the star quality shines through loud and clear.’
- ‘Worked hard and his skill shone through but caused few problems for their defence.’
- ‘His knowledge of football in general is second to none and his never-ending research in days prior to matchdays clearly shines through.’
- ‘But once you get that sorted, the underlying strength of the brand and the quality of the product shines through.’
- ‘The media and governments may hound us, but quality will always shine through.’
- ‘His dedication to the reasons for making music at all shine through clearly both on record and in his spirited live performances.’
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