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MATTE IT DOWN 'Anything dewy, light-reflective or radiance-boosting will highlight any unevenness, bumps or scars,' says BareMinerals make-up artist SJ Froom, who uses their Anti-Blemish Powder Foundation, PS26, on her own breakouts.
His insightful analysis of Chi's life and writing illustrates how the governmental uneven-development policy causes geographical unevenness and therefore affects the writer's perception of people, love, and life.
Methodology: The theoretical analysis based on the thin-plate theory linked the strain distribution inside the pavement structure with the road unevenness and the corresponding indices.
The first technology bends light as it approaches the cold sore, the second technology helps fill in unevenness of the cold sore and the third technology helps correct the skin tone of the cold sore, officials add.
According to the analyst, Apple has encountered production problems especially with the in-cell touch panel and color unevenness of the display.
In this collection, held separate from its literary tradition, dystopia becomes a critical tool that assesses the unevenness of the North American political economy.
South Africa is more than happy to play on pace-friendly pitches but they prefer them to be much truer in bounce and potentially offering a bit seam movement to aid the likes of Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander, who were however, frustrated at Centurion, due to its overwhelming unevenness of the bounce.
It's characterised by discolouration, or unevenness, of the skin, or moles.
I want to focus on a fundamental problem--specifically, the intersection of the court's limited jurisdictional reach with the unevenness of the political terrain on which it carries out it judicial mission.
The report was careful to hold both sides responsible, but the unevenness of the conflict -- with heavily armed government forces battling rebels with scanty, sometimes homemade arsenals -- was evident.
He draws attention to the unevenness of evolution and how this gives rise to heterogeneous selection processes, which can produce counter-intuitive groupings.
A theatre spokesman said: "That heavy use has taken its toll, and parts of the stage shows serious signs of bowing, splitting and unevenness.