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- It is sure to retain its ambiguity, its complexity, and its centrality in human life.
- So any question of ambiguity is really dealt with in accordance with those ordinary principles.
- In my opinion, since there is no ambiguity or uncertainty, the application of this rule does not arise.
- The result of giving the words their ordinary meaning is not absurd or unreasonable, nor is there ambiguity or obscurity.
- Uncertainty and ambiguity are as present in science as they are in most things.
- Yet they maintain just enough ambiguity so that the audience is left still puzzling over the piece afterwards.
- Nowhere was this ambiguity more apparent than concerning the question of sovereignty.
- It is true that there is some ambiguity in the clauses in question, as submitted by Mr. Jones.
- There's very little ambiguity to the whole thing; it's all spelled out right there.
- This impact derives from its subtlety, ambiguity and non-literal nature.
- The potential for ambiguity aside, this was an offer that couldn't be refused.
- The same person will tolerate ambiguity in one situation but not in another.
- I'm waiting to see the response from the guys about the specific details and ambiguities in the other parts of the stories.
- Even if they do, I think it's going to miss all the ambiguities in something that might not necessarily conform to a radical agenda.
- With Burtynsky the ambiguities are deeper, harder to disentangle.
- The most fundamental problem, she argues, hinges on ambiguities in Marx's definition of ideology itself.
- The term diaspora has come into vogue in the last decade because it captures the ambiguities of contemporary social belonging.
- And even if they keep the world guessing, ambiguities are often put to work in dealing with sensitive matters.
- And if the amendment is still in the drafting stages, why not modify it to avoid these ambiguities in the first place?
- The story is largely a wasted opportunity to elicit clarifications of ambiguities and contradictions.