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Conscious of the fact that the new plant will be glimpsed by thousands of passing motorists each day, Polshek's strategy is to recompose the typical industrial shed into a series of dynamic forms, articulated with tough, simple textures, vivid colours and superscale graphics.
8 constant-aperture zoom lens that allows the photographer to recompose the scene anywhere from 120mm to 300mm without having to change their capture position.
Le duo s'est ensuite recompose pour interpreter, avec maitrise et agilite, des œuvres de Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868), dont [beaucoup moins que] Duo pour violoncelle et contrebasse en Re Majeur [beaucoup plus grand que], rendue dans ses trois mouvements.
But, the SPV now will recompose its board to facilitate inclusion of a minimum of five representatives from the Central Government.
The artist explains, "based on fragments of photographs that recompose actual scenarios when mixed together, my paintings exaggerate these newly combined spaces and explore what might happen in them.
Now you can recompose a better shot of Fluffy on the window sill.
I suggested that I recompose it so the words are more fitting for a marriage.
The new recompose feature leverages Adobe Photoshop CS4 technology to provide a drag and drop way to resize photos without distorting key subjects.
Pietersen needed to recompose himself, but instead he played the worst shot of the day and paid the price.
Obviously I was aware he was coming back and catching me so I had to recompose myself - I just went for it and did it for my dad because I had to go out all guns blazing.
It was only his third Tour success in 80 events and Rumford, who picked up a cheque for pounds 225,500 said: "It was just spine-chilling how I felt after that chip went in and it would have been hard to recompose myself if Phil had birdied it as well.
The missed chance allowed Merthyr to clear their lines, recompose and edge their way upfield and it appeared only a matter of time before their better prepared forwards would finally prise open another opportunity.