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Pixelmator Photos Extension features a collection of powerful distort tools, which allow users to distort images with stunning quality and incredible speed right inside the Photos app.
The WTO also hasn't categorized the new farm programs according to their potential to distort commercial markets.
There are attempts if not to derail the process completely, then to distort the meaning, to send it off onto the path that is too unrealistic and will prove to be a dead end," Lavrov said, RT reported.
Removing fibroids that distort the womb cavity could lead to a future successful pregnancy - doubling the live birth rate, the findings showed.
But the theory's implications that the universe is expanding, and that matter and energy distort time and space-just as a bowling ball would distort a trampoline-took a lot more time than most to prove.
Summary: Casablanca - The Higher Council of Ulema called on Saturday to safeguard the youth against all attempts aiming to distort their identity.
Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please - so said Mark Twain.
Summary: Head of SADR Government Omar Taleb denounced Friday in Madrid the Morocco's attempt to distort the very principle of international right of self-determination to "legitimize a fait accompli" in Western Sahara.
Now these organizations are being orchestrated as a group to irresponsibly distort our record of operating responsibly and in accordance with our permits and local, state and federal law.
Goldberg's first book, Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News, came out in 2001 to an enthusiastic reception from conservatives and shrill denunciations from liberals, often replete with personal attacks.
How do pharmaceutical companies mislead doctors and distort medical knowledge and facts to sell more drugs to consumers?
At the same time, these export restraints distort the world market for scrap," they claim.