(1) Her writing is often powerful and incisive , but it achieves this effect through simplicity and restraint rather than stylistic flourish.(2) With clear tables and incisive arguments, it is a single-volume reference on this vexing sociocultural problem.(3) His simple yet incisive writing gives you a very clear picture of the fears and longings of these teens.(4) His account is highly readable and sometimes incisive .(5) These traits have made him one of the liveliest and most incisive intellectuals in France.(6) News organizations will gain readers by providing the most complete, reliable news, the most informed commentary, and the most aggressive, incisive reporting.(7) They have the makings of incisive critics of visual culture.(8) I have written in the past that I would love to watch the Sunday gasbag shows with some of America's incisive social critics of the past.(9) These articles are the most incisive and intelligent I've yet seen anywhere, and I seriously hope you will continue to draw more detailed conclusions from this case.(10) He is incisive , can bowl for long periods, and keeps coming at the batsmen; for them the pressure seldom ceases.(11) Uday is a screaming crazy who lacks his father's deft administrative touch, incisive analytical skills, brimming compassion, and sense of restraint.(12) The moments of grace and beauty, of clear crisp prose and keen incisive social commentary lie outside the obsessive, self-reflexive mediations of Ben and Priya on the nature of their flawed union.(13) While the progressive implications of some of the films seem tangential, the analysis is generally incisive and occasionally provocative.(14) If I were currently more in charge of my faculties and able to string together a cohesive sentence, I would undoubtedly offer you some incisive media analysis of this news.(15) That much is clear from your letters related to my incisive analysis last week, exploring Google's ills.(16) I thought the last paragraph was the most incisive passage in the piece.