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The mystery of his perspective acts as a counterpoint to the melodrama, and makes the coincidence feels lived-in.
WHAT FLOOR?SOPHIA NGUYENFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If liberal Hollywood is notorious for pushing a progressive agenda, country has historically been its counterpoint—a safe haven for traditional “family values.”
'Vaccination does not solve all the problems'On the Eastern Shore of Maryland, the public schools in Talbot County offer an unusual counterpoint to the some of the vaccine drama.
As a valuable counterpoint, Brad Geddes shared a great example of a reason RSAs could underperform for some advertisers.
Both Fontana and Sowinski say that he went through a complete course of counterpoint and composition.
The warring counterpoint of the two orchestras only added to the lawless excitement of the throng.
He trained Wilhelmine in music, till thorough-bass, counterpoint, and the rest became to her an easy exercise.
On his writing desk I found a few passages from his first lesson in counterpoint.
The earlier obbligato accompaniment gave way to an obbligato style of writing which rested to a greater extent on counterpoint.
This is the explanation of the fact that Seyfried did not include a single exercise in strict simple counterpoint.

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