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Meanwhile, his performer’s gifts — charisma, interpretive verve, spot-on comic and dramatic timing, exuberant physicality — make the profundity engaging.
SIGNATURE THEATRE’S LATEST SHOW IS A ‘JAM’ TO SAVORCELIA WRENMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That, after all, is what most of us are taught in school, because of the legacy of interpretive paradigms such as New Criticism.
LITERATURE SHOULD BE TAUGHT LIKE SCIENCE - ISSUE 97: WONDERKEVIN BERGERFEBRUARY 24, 2021NAUTILUS
The truth is screened through an interpretive lens even before experiments start.
AN EXISTENTIAL CRISIS IN NEUROSCIENCE - ISSUE 94: EVOLVINGGRIGORI GUITCHOUNTSDECEMBER 30, 2020NAUTILUS
At the bottom of the ocean, they have the same type of interpretive park signs you might see on the side of a trail in the Great Smoky Mountains.
TIPS FOR VISITING U.S. NATIONAL PARKS FROM SOMEONE WHO VISITED THEM ALLANDREA SACHSDECEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Data has distinctive traits and dynamics which must be factored into any robust interpretive framework.
FAIR VALUE? FIXING THE DATA ECONOMYCLAIRE BEATTYDECEMBER 3, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Free literature, library facilities, and interpretive services are also available at the museum.
MANASSES (BULL RUN) NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK-VIRGINIAFRANCIS F. WILSHIN
The use of the singer's sensations, as applied in practical instruction, is almost exclusively interpretive.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SINGINGDAVID C. TAYLOR
Many vocal shortcomings are forgiven in the singer of convincing interpretive power.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SINGINGDAVID C. TAYLOR
Interpretive signs and amenities guided the erstwhile onlooker to the "ultimate," in fantasy dining.
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
The very thing that would have made them intelligible, interpretive, that would have made them art, was absent.
VANDOVER AND THE BRUTEFRANK NORRIS

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