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This makes the title's cockfighting mini-game a bit of a tonal shift from the presentation of wildlife in the rest of the game.Far Cry 6 Cockfighting Minigame's Replacement Demanded By PETAemail@example.com (Unknown)|October 7, 2021|TechCrunch
The question lingers alongside the film’s tonal inconsistencies.
According to Gold, pre-planning—having design files, copy and tonal guidelines ready to go for social pushes— is the key to virtual success.‘This is about the future of office space’: Agencies pivot to virtual war rooms for major events|Kimeko McCoy|February 10, 2021|Digiday
Harsh critics insist it's the film's tonal shifts that destroy it.Hey! Some People Liked Grown Ups 2: Critics Defend The Razzie Nominations|Amy Zimmerman|January 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
How could Cardiff lose, they asked, when she was piggybacking on the tonal pleasures of established classical music?
Robert King: My answer would be yes, there were tonal issues.
And Romney spoke at a lower pitch and used more tonal amplitude.Mark McKinnon: Obama Has to Dumb It Down at Hofstra Debate|Mark McKinnon|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Look for the Al Franken show to be the tonal opposite of change we can believe in.
The introduction of the balanced Swell pedal (Walcker, 1863) has greatly increased the tonal resources of the organ.
Many organs now constructed have their tonal effects more than doubled through adoption of this principle.
The Hope-Jones leathered Tibias have already effected a revolution in the tonal structure of large organs.
The tonal stairway which leads up to the chorus of Egypt rose in rasping wailfulness.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
But their tonal scale is far different from ours; we have not one musical instrument that can reproduce it.Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park|James Willard Schultz