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"This is all part of the democratic scene-setting at the international level," he said.
The 18th century allusions are more than just atmospheric scene-setting.
He's an extraordinary writer: there's not much scene-setting, he just goes straight into it.
As fine as the scene-setting can be, too often it doesn't lead anywhere.
He also thinks that music fans today won’t patiently accept careful scene-setting.
The next meeting will be one of scene-setting.
But so much of her scene-setting serves no other purpose than to create impenetrable atmosphere.
By the time we see David and Saul in the cave, all of the scene-setting has already been done.
This is a routine piece of scene-setting for a Meadows parable, so don’t be alarmed.
Alas, some decent scene-setting aside, the author often writes like a government bureaucrat.
With all this scene-setting, the main forward movement was Adam's decision to go after Hera.
A certain amount of historical scene-setting is necessary, all of which is dead wood.
All the scene-setting is infuriating for music fans, but it's culturally enlightening.
You'd have to be very charitable indeed, though, to explain away the crass scene-setting as nothing more than retro-chic.
After extended scene-setting, the boys are put in the ring by Darcy, who is something of a loner and a holy man.
There is none of the scene-setting and careful feeling one's way into a subject that makes much British mainstream poetry so dispiriting.
He hoped to block from his mind images of the final bit of scene-setting in which Proctor must be now engaged.
The high-octane action takes up about 30 minutes, the rest is portentous scene-setting and pointless storytelling.
The question is: do readers really have time for such colorful scene-setting - and for looking up "lollygagging"?
Limit the scene-setting to facts that bear on the credibility of the nominee and his accuser, an Oklahoma law professor.
This can be taken from as much as a quarter of a mile away, and is generally used as a scene-setting, establishing shot.
So much, Theodora thought, for the scene-setting.
("Some clouds fooled with the moon and then left it alone" is the sort of scene-setting you come to expect.)
Its vivid scene-setting surpasses many operas, which constitutes an enormous success on Berlioz's part.
It is important to keep the conversation flowing, and the introductions and initial scene-setting' can help all parties settle to the interview.
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