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They discuss the nuances of how we should approach our football fandom in light of the science about what it does to people and how to think about the important cultural value that football adds to American life.
Protecting user privacy makes sense, of course, but one would hope there would be some nuance to the data that’s withheld.
Equality means everyone is given the same opportunity, but equity allows for nuances in how a person is able to access that opportunity.
If that is what is driving anti-maskers’ refusals, then Kant’s framework could help pro-maskers see the ethical nuance of the situation.
Navigating the shift to a remote workforce was one thing, but determining when and how to shift back to office culture is another matter altogether, and it is fraught with important nuances.
Although delighting in intricacy of design and delicate nuances of shading, it prefers durability to all other qualities.
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL
One might go about studying nuances, contrasting tones, and yet value that truth eternally.
LOVE'S USURIESLOUIS CRESWICKE
I was wondering how the dispute might develop, but evidently my ear is unattuned to the nuances of these dialectics.
Kneisel kept me at during the entire lesson, till I was able to adjust its tone-color and nuances to the accompanying harmony.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS
My landscape, always primitive in its precision, now took on a subtlety of nuances, a richness of variety essentially modern.

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