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Zhurbin avoids the obvious interpretation of Tybalt as a thug; in the opening scene, he's superior but dashing.
One obvious interpretation of the Merkel-Putin dichotomy is that it embodies gender archetypes: Merkel favors "feminine" diplomacy and inclusion, whereas Putin favors "masculine" competition and confrontation.
One obvious interpretation of the Merkel-Putin dichotomy is that it embodies gender archetypes: Merkel favours "feminine" diplomacy and inclusion, whereas Putin favours "masculine" competition and confrontation.
To be fair, Graham hasn't told me he wants the squad size trimmed but the obvious interpretation of cuts within the player budget would suggest it.
The obvious interpretation is that Briers didn't take kindly to the nature of the tackle and probably retaliated against what he thought was an illegal high shot.
This may not be the obvious interpretation of May's council election result.
Organisers said that participants will be encouraged to venture beyond the obvious interpretation of Muharraq as an Islamic town, as it was once known, and produce innovative projects that paint the true colour of the place in today's modern age.
One obvious interpretation of these findings is that different individuals may have different vitamin D nutritional requirements, depending on their genetic makeup.
The hammer showed several drag lines common to some Charter revolvers, and the obvious interpretation is that the hammer is dragging.
That the reaction was so widespread and vociferous should have alerted the Post's editors to the fact that they had previously overlooked one obvious interpretation of its cartoon.
FOR Denman fans there are various possible straws to clutch at, but the most obvious interpretation of his performance at Kempton last Saturday is likely to prove the correct one - that, sadly, last year's Cheltenham Gold Cup winner isn't the horse he was.
But most importantly, a more obvious interpretation suggests itself when we compare the Aqedah panel with its adjacent panel, which depicts the two boys left behind after Abraham and Isaac ascended to the mount.