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Barbara's most central themes: marriage and female purity, fear of betrayal, spatial confinement, and retribution, and while it is first and foremost Tolstoys primary characters who actively confront and negotiate these dangers, it is his Varvaras who shadow the primary characters, "hidden" yet "manifest.
The first of two primary characters is usually a destitute person who has died without any personal resources or one who has committed a sin and was condemned by contemporary society.
The results of the study failed to show that the race of the primary character had any discernible impact on motivating children to read.
Andy, the primary character in the no-last-name comedy, writes operating manuals for a major Chicago company.
The historian, the other primary character, seems fully a manifestation of the spirit of his time, and as notions of people's relationship to events change, he changes as well, becoming involved in journalism and sociology in an attempt to capture the nature of a time.
The plot of the novel is nearly static (or perhaps entirely fluid) though the geography of the book very blatantly encounters both Toronto and Vancouver; the changes that occur seem to be mental within the primary character.
Turtle Lung Woman remains a primary character in these sections, but her role is more defined.
Clarice is really not the primary character here; she's not supporting, but it's his piece,'' notes Jeffrey Wells, who writes the Hollywood Confidential insider column for the reel.
Along with Yoda, the other primary character who is 100% digital is the part-droid, part-alien General Grievous.
Welcome Back retains three primary character artistes -- Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor and Paresh Rawal -- amid a fresh lead cast.
It is the BJP's primary character to pursue negative politics by vitiating the atmosphere," says Rajendra Chaudhary, SP spokesperson.
The third primary character in the film is Mandola, essayed by Pankaj Kapur.