"What was nice about Venom," he continues, "is it straddles the fence
between what the concept of good and bad is and presents a flawed human being host to a flawed superhero entity that attaches to them.
Author Julius Bailey straddles the fence
of social-science research and philosophy, using empirical data and current affairs to direct his empathy-laced discourse.
Though Fanning's performance straddles the fence
between lead and supporting, Focus Features is backing her as a supporting candidate.
The entire field straddles the fence
between theoretical physics and mathematics, and these studies could interest graduate students and researchers in either discipline who are interested in the interface between string theory and algebraic geometry.
IBP straddles the fence
between theory and workbook well.
Descartes straddles the fence
on most theological issues; it is the consequences of his views that challenge religious orthodoxy.
Chris Moyles is the bloke who rescued the Radio One Breakfast show, sang on Fame Academy, wants to be a superhero called Donut-man and firmly straddles the fence
in the middle of the nation's love/hate divide.
His biography says he "effortlessly straddles the fence
between pop, rock and blues without ever compromising originality or authenticity." He's in the midst of the national tour with Seattle percussionist James Wasem.
It straddles the fence
between being a reference work and a "my favorite musicians and compact discs" document.
Rather than clarify anything, the book straddles the fence
on the issue.
Although parts of the book are very good, as it stands, the work awkwardly straddles the fence
between basic and advanced.
Richardson straddles the fence
on the issue of the nature of the ontology: it is an accurate picture of the way the world is put together, but it is subject to perspectivism which denies any kind of true correspondence between subject and object.