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Their amusing byplay is comforting, which translates to some degree as predictable, but familiarity is part of the appeal.
Because the formal byplay of the schema is of more interest to the creators than creating distinctive characters, the lovers never quite take on lives of their own, and Harder’s libretto has a generic quality.
The byplay between the two during the game in their limited head-to-head action Friday night was mostly benign.
But within the class, the noisy action — all shade and byplay — is too often superficial.
There are hours of colorful byplay by intelligent analysts.
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