Played to perfection by Rebecca Northan, who delivers an expertly layered performance, Kelly becomes the most captivating and sympathetic character in the play.
I'm sympathetic to the argument that control over access to the Internet might be abused.
The home had been plagued by numerous remodels, ‘none of which were sympathetic to the original design,’ he explains.
The autonomic nervous system consists of two opposing systems, the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous systems.
This has happened at other stores and usually the most sympathetic person is the sales clerk, who feels guilty that I can't try on the clothes.
There may be a few on the bar ethics committee, at least, who are sympathetic to the ‘civil disobedience’ argument.
The outer layer of blood vessels contains nerves of the sympathetic component of the autonomic nervous system, the activity of which is controlled by the brain.
Though sympathetic to the aims of antiwar activists who emerged from each of these groups, his assessment is equivocal and, in some places, muddled.
As our viewpoint character she is the most stable and sympathetic person in the film, and yet she is almost completely mercenary, serving no code but her own desires and whims.
This was to have an impact on his political strategy: though sympathetic to some of the aims of both the French Revolution and the United Irishmen, he retained a strong aversion to political violence.