simple character

simple character

[′sim·pəl ′kar·ik·tər]
(mathematics)
The character of an irreducible representation of a group.
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His old simple character and good temper, and something of his old unlucky fortune also, I thought, smiled at me in the smile with which he made this explanation.
I therefore write the words, and blush for your simple character.
Like all strong men, he drove down his emotions to the depths of his heart; thinking perhaps, as simple characters are apt to think, that there was something immodest in unveiling griefs when human language cannot render their depths and may only rouse the mockery of those who do not comprehend them.
Rajnikanth did not speak much but when asked if the audience will see him playing a simple character on screen anytime soon, he said: "I am a simple person off screen, so no one is interested in my off-screen personality.
We discussed creating a simple character that evolved into a dramatic, powerful one.
The Truth is such a simple character, yet it manages to exude disappointment in Arthur's rejection.
There are many moments of simple character observation and humor that serve to warm us to the actors.
The projects are of a simple character and does not require the establishment of working documents, long-ups, or coordination with other contractors.
Morgana said: "He's such a simple character that his reactions are pretty knee-jerk and she can pull the wool over his eyes - with a flash of her bottom.
The second feature from Ale Abreu--which won best feature at Annecy in addition to a fleet of festival prizes--"Boy & the World" boasts some of the most surrealistically simple character designs of any animated feature this year, as well as jaw-dropping explosions of color and sequences of exquisite fantasy.
This is plain and simple character assassination by means of peddling lies through media releases that come from polluted source.
There's a basic and simple character, though to be fair it is something I tend to associate with the brand and which sits well with the marque's workhorse heritage.

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