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This sketchiness is increased by the temporal distance between the event and interpretation time.
And yet, it is possible to identify a number of policy initiatives that reflected the beginnings of a return to an era of pronounced sketchiness or fuzziness in this policy domain.
Because of this sketchiness, An Amazing Grace can be an occasionally frustrating read.
Within the present argument, though, the prior existence of The Water Engine as a radio play, rather than Mamet's authorial prerogatives or the story's melodrama, accounts for Mel Gussow's complaint about the stage version's underproduced and schematic character, even if, according to Dennis Carroll, The Water Engine's alleged sketchiness is chiefly a readerly impression gainsaid by the contextual suggestiveness of actual stagings, like that of Steven Schachter's 1978 New York production (125, 131-139).
It is perhaps not surprising that short-lived unions should leave little record of collective action/negotiations with employers and the sketchiness of surviving records, even for longer-lived unions, needs to be acknowledged.
Presumably this sketchiness is attributable to constraints of space, since the reader is directed to the work of Nancy Reich for further insight into Brahms's relations with her.
But the sketchiness of the Court's cost-benefit analysis is not the real problem.
A case in point is this Desmond Heeley costume design for the Three Ivans in Houston Ballet's 1990 Sleeping Beauty, in which the very sketchiness calls up energy.
The drawing held by Lucretia is a sophisticated work despite (or because of) its sketchiness, in this regard, like the skillful drawings by Saint Luke and by Bandinelli and unlike the intentionally simple drawings by Caroto and Pontormo.
Sometimes the sketchiness of the writing style used in Guidelines can make knowledgeable readers feel as if they were being subjected to misdirection.
48) Ironically, the sketchiness of the presentation of these general issues might mitigate another concern: that focusing on these five high profile cases could distort policy discussions because the cases are atypical.