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The impulse to stay current and broaden their horizons is one of the most important character traits of professional engineers.
There will be a wicked enchantress, an immortal flower fairy, some rather vicious sisters, a couple of beauticians, a handsome prince, a beautiful young girl and of course, perhaps the most important character - the Beast.
What Kenney's best at is describing Fin's relationship with the book's most important character, New York City.
It has been said that the most important character in any story is the reader.
To that effort, Walter Toscanini might really emerge as the most important character in this film.
Including memories from fans who met Shankly, we chart the pride and the glory, the legend and the legacy of a man who was arguably the single most important character in the proud and decorated history of Liverpool FC.
All have contributed hugely, but if the success of Villa proves anything it is that the single most important character at any football club is the manager.
And it makes him the film's most important character, not the people who can buy most of what they want from him.
She tests which of the standard methodologies currently used by biblical scholars can best help modern readers understand the character of God, who is both the single most important character in the Hebrew Bible narrative and absent from most of it.
281) "Who is the most important character in the story?
Secondly this version, though heavily bowdlerised, keeps the narrator - Thackery's most important character - to make snide remarks and back-handed compliments.
Kolya, who symbolizes freedom and repression at the same time, is without doubt the most important character.

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