obvious sense

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In relation to such a subject, the natural and obvious sense of its provisions, apart from any technical rules, is the true criterion of construction.
And defence minister Tobias Ellwood said: "The complexity, the geographic challenge as well of mapping out the entirety of the crime scene, has meant it makes obvious sense to allow the armed forces to do a lot of the guarding, giving space to the police to do the detective work.
And defence minister Tobias Ellwood told the Press Association: "The complexity, the geographic challenge as well of mapping out the entirety of the crime scene, has meant it makes obvious sense to allow the armed forces to do a lot of the guarding, giving space to the police to do the detective work.
There's lots of things I have tackled that I feel are personal to me without it being in the most obvious sense.
There was a very obvious sense of collaboration amongst private firms and government entities, all wanting to work together for the shared purpose of improving the energy sector in the GCC," he added.
In the event, however, since it houses three magnificent paintings by Raphael, it made obvious sense to designate it as the venue for the 16th-century element of the show.
Free-wheeling strokes, whether running as circuitous coiled lines or whisked around in layers with an obvious sense of play and abandon, float buoyantly in space, or, rather, on the smooth polished surface of plates and vessels with a slit or gaping orifice.
The script has no obvious sense of urgency or clear narrative direction, ambling through a series of bittersweet vignettes in the days before the hormone-fuelled characters are due to attend their first class.
There was an obvious sense of frustration as a number of calls from the umpires went against Grangetown, however the home side played well enough to reduce the arrears to just five goals at one point, before a number of errors handed Ryland possession and their more clinical finishing saw the Bromsgrove side re-establish their advance in the third quarter.
Unified under the notion of 'identity', each artist chose to transform an object into another sense other than the obvious sense perceived from it.