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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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His data on these matters are accentuated here by dozens of Rasmussen's microphotographs 1 snowflakes.
Hinchman introduced Jones, a former CFO of Citibank, who outlined the IASB's goal of being a global standard-setter and explained that recent unfortunate events have accentuated the need for improving global accounting standards.
Bob Van Steenburgh, Vice President of Marketing at Zeevo accentuated the importance of time-to-market by stating that, "By passing the strict quality and test suite contained in the Designed for Windows XP logo program, Zeevo's single-chip Bluetooth gives our customers assurance that their products will swiftly flow through the Designed for Windows XP qualification process.
Terracotta blusher accentuated Adele's bone structure, and the lips were glossed with a clear, bronze pink.
In addition, use the lowest resin possible, as resin inefficiencies will be accentuated.
The multiple layers of Isegawa's narrative are achieved, and further accentuated, by the careful manner in which he handles the language, shaping gritty images and effective dialogue that blow life into a mundane space.
In the book's second half, which chronicles French's self-recovery, this dual-voiced quality is, if anything, accentuated, though turned around so that the boy now speaks to the man.
The building's exterior of Italian granite panels framed by continuous gray glass windows creates a gracious corporate appearance accentuated by a dramatic vaulted glass enclosed atrium.
political or economic instability, which can be accentuated in emerging market countries).
The rhythm of the dancers, accentuated by ``chacoyote'' seed pod anklets blends with the beat of the drum resulting in a vibrant, dazzling spectacle.