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There's some great old footage and interviews with people like Bob Geldoff and Chrissie Hynde, and the film was made by a Mormon so it covers that angle pretty heavily, which makes it somewhat bizarre (the notable absence of swearing throughout, for example, or the attempt to square the circle of a cross-dressing, drug-gobbling rock star with his new faith-filled white-bread persona), but a good flick nonetheless.
It will nevertheless be difficult to square the circle on the two sides' conflicting demands.
Now, to square the circle, it only remains for the erstwhile Magnificent Seven to return to Parkhead on Champions League duty with his new team and gun down the Hoops.
Indeed, it was left to those who don't - or didn't - fancy Berlioz to square the circle, to reconcile the awe engendered by this performance with the frustration one often feels encountering Berlioz's densely textured, expansive scores.
The passage that most impressed Smith in On Growth and Form is Thompson's discussion of "close-packing," with its brilliant exposition of the bee's hexagon as a space-saving device, a product of natural forces striving to square the circle, so to speak (having to grow within a limited surface, circular cells will of necessity become hexagonal because this represents the maximal possibility of expansion).
An establishmentarian in a country suspicious of elites, a patrician in an increasingly populist party, a gentleman in an ungracious era, Bush efforts to square the circle of his own contradictions at times approached cognitive dissonance.
In his address, "Social Media Meets Financial Services: Square the Circle," Dorsey will give attendees the latest details on Square, his newest endeavor.
For two years the discretionary housing fund has been used to square the circle for the most vulnerable.
Roy Baines, I look forward to him being able to explain to me and the people of Liverpool just how he would square the circle because at the current rate of funding provided by his Tory friends it would take over 80 years to get our roads in perfect order.
Throwing another pounds 100m at City's problems by signing the likes of Fernando Torres won't necessarily square the circle either.
The Tranmere manager has to square the circle of having only three specialist defenders fit and available to fill four positions across the back-line in a game of heavy significance to the League One promotion race.
How do you square the circle of regular saving, high mortgages and a successful economy based largely on an easy hire, easy fire culture?