So any question of ambiguity is really dealt with in accordance with those ordinary principles.
But, typically, there is another dimension to the painting, another ambiguity .
Yet they maintain just enough ambiguity so that the audience is left still puzzling over the piece afterwards.
It is true that there is some ambiguity in the clauses in question, as submitted by Mr. Jones.
Bonhoeffer was not afraid to act if the ambiguity did not give way to clarity.
Above all, proverbs are used to free complex situations from ambiguity .
the film is fraught with moral ambiguity
Very occasionally, we realise just how dangerous ambiguity can be.
The theme is an original one, and in its lack of ambiguity , not very typical of the composer.
The plot is skilfully condensed, but an inevitable result is that nearly all of the subtlety and moral ambiguity of the novel is lost.