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The writer of achingly beautiful songs died after a long battle with cancer.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Music, )

Aggressively artistic and achingly static festival fare that says nothing new.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

Canada's David Hearn came achingly close to his first PGA Tour victory last season.
(The Vancouver Sun - Sports, )

Progress on new research and treatments for dementia has been "achingly slow", an expert has said.
(BBC News - Health, )

Dutch debutante Ricky Rijneke’s achingly arty thriller is visually ravishing, but lacking in drama.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

Fourteen years ago, with 23 million people watching, Justin Guarini came achingly close to superstardom.
(Fox News - Entertainment, )

He'd come achingly close to holding opponents hitless three times last year in a breakout season with the Chicago Cubs.
(The New York Times - Baseball, )

Cheryl Strayed's "Wild: Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail " is a tender and strapping and achingly intimate memoir.
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

The family procession from hospital to morgue is achingly frequent as Operation Protective Edge moves into its fourth week.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

The 41-year-old was all dressed up for the night on the town, rocking a bizarre ensemble and achingly high statement boots.
(Daily Mail - TV&Showbiz, )

Zverev, 18, came achingly close to the biggest win of his career in the BNP Paribas Open against fourth-seeded Rafael Nadal.
(The New York Times - Tennis, )

Progress on new research and treatments for dementia has been "achingly slow", the man appointed as global envoy for the disease says.
(BBC News - Health, )

Conservative leadership candidate Michael Chong has struck viral gold not once, but twice during his otherwise achingly mundane campaign.
(Robyn Urback in CBC News - Politics, )

He was nine miles from the finish line of the 1970 Mexican 1000 – a grueling test for man and machine that he was achingly close to winning.
(Steve Chawkins in Los Angeles Times - Motor Racing, )

The 23-year-old plays with judgment far beyond his years and a tone so achingly antique it ought to be heard through the crackle of an old record.
(The New York Times - Arts, )

The Kings' last failed title defense ended achingly close to their final goal, falling short in Chicago in a double-overtime rush of blood and sweat.
(Lisa Dillman in Los Angeles Times - Motor Racing, )

Tangerine explores the funny and achingly emotional ties that bind two transgender sex workers on one dramatic Christmas Eve, says CBC film reviewer Eli Glasner.
(Eli Glasner in CBC News - Arts & Entertainment, )

The Prime Minister's iPod is supposedly filled with tracks from achingly trendy new bands and obscure artists, but it seems his supporters themselves have more conventional musical tastes.
(Daily Mail - News, )

A new arrival precipitously upsets a sober-living home's already fragile equilibrium in "Stinking Heaven," a heavily improvised, achingly self-indulgent indie drama directed by Nathan Silver.
(Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )

Hawaii’s Democratic primary election may stretch for weeks because of storm-related voting delays, but the challenger in an acrimonious and achingly close U.S. Senate race faces an uphill struggle to win.
(Cathleen Decker in Los Angeles Times - National News, )

Crippling despair and the most fragile tendrils of hope battle for the human psyche in "Beasts of No Nation," writer-director Cary Joji Fukunaga's grim, beautiful and achingly sad portrait of man's inhumanity to man.
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

Many a tree is hugged in “Love Thy Nature,” a meditative endangered-environment documentary that cushions its inconvenient truths in achingly serene landscapes and inspirational quotes by the likes of naturalist John Muir, author Rachel Carson and philosopher Alan Watts.
(Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )

That picked-over sub-genre known as the frat hazing drama (see 2016’s “Goat”) finds a new pledge in “Burning Sands,” but aside from being set at a black college, this achingly earnest first feature by Gerard McMurray really adds nothing new to the rites-of-passage syllabus.
(Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )

As prayerful chants echoed through this Riviera resort city’s cathedral, France plunged Friday into an achingly familiar ritual of grief and recrimination after a truck-borne attacker plowed a path of carnage through a holiday crowd, killing at least 84 people and injuring more than 200.
(Los Angeles Times - World News, )

From obscure emerging bands you've never heard of, to some of the world's biggest recording stars; from Michelin-quality food trucks to DJs, art installations, esoteric discussions and cocktails, to new technology and an environmental awareness that would make Greenpeace blush, Finland's Flow Festival can certainly stake a claim to be the world's most achingly cool festival.
(Forbes - Business, )

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