true to nature

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It was at Noma that I realised that I wanted to use local produce and be true to nature.
He's been able to advise us on the sound effects to make sure what we've got is representative of what we're seeing, and it feels true to nature.
The development breathes life into the serenity of the emirate, while keeping true to nature.
Their main influences were Japanese print and French realism and a large number of their works were done outdoors, allowing them to produce paintings that were as true to nature as possible.
One of the project's requirements is that students may only have one thing in the painting that is true to nature, but everything else, including the animal, must have the colors replaced (grass cannot be green, a bear brown nor the sky blue).
brand in the marketplace; after all, the benefits of these products are perfectly in line with the brand's core values of TRUE TO NATURE and TRUE TO LIFE," says Erlon Pereira, Global Director for Citrus Business Development, Flavor and Nutrition, referring to the latest member of the NATURALLY CITRUS
There's some pretty hard scenes to watch in the movie - and deliberately so, because we wanted to be true to nature, and nature has a tough side as well as a gentle side.
Finding what is true to nature requires a kind of genius, scarcely depersonalized.
s Wild Explorers line of' plush animals, for example, is designed to be as true to nature as possible.
The main goal is to be as true to nature as possible.
A friend said: "She thinks grey hair is distinguished and that Paul would look far sexier if he stayed true to nature.