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accentuate

verb accent, deepen, emphasize, heighten, highlight, intensify, italicize, make clear, point up, pronounce, punctuate, reaffirm, spearhead, star, strengthen, stress, underline, underscore
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As part of his ongoing interest in reviving the board game sector, Peter Jones bid PS45,000 in return for 40% of the Fraser-Bell's business, to be ratcheted down to 25% when paid back, which the Accentuate team are on target to do in early 2017.
The governor wants us to accentuate the positives while working to make things better.
Berry has been due to ride Accentuate for Charles O'Brien before Kinane had been ruled out of the meeting, and he said: "I was very grateful to Charles, who had no problem letting me off Accentuate to ride Mourilyan for the boss."
This is a typical result known in the flavor world as "flavor synergy," where trace characters accentuate the apparent strength of other characteristics.
The illustrations also accentuate the abbreviated, selected text of each tale.
Compellingly, Senn reserves his most forceful caution for liturgical practices that mark the church off as "a sacred enclave in a profane environment." These accentuate the separated or sanctified status of the baptized while muting emphasis on their participation in the life of the world--a situation that reverses the historic understanding of the missio Dei.
Nonetheless, the title, "Biggest Tech Spenders" does nothing more than accentuate the absurd, and perhaps even ignorant, mentality that purchasing technology is a cost rather than the investment that it truly is.
Variations of the Shell can increase its value exponentially, allowing you to accentuate the key elements of man defense that you might otherwise be unable to work on.
While there is a tendency to view information literacy for journalism students within a training framework, and while this view certainly has merit, there are larger issues that accentuate the social responsibility for such instruction to journalism students.
Army base planted an urban forest of species such as eucalyptus and Monterey cypress on ridges and sand dunes; a report by a landscape engineer said the trees would "indirectly accentuate the idea of the power of government," according to an article in the New York Times.
But there's no need to fret; the beauty of at-home fashions is that there's something out there to accentuate every body type.
As such, preparations for rillettes and larding and barding, teach us Old World techniques, which accentuate the relevance of fat.