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Judicious writers have always practised this art of contrast with great success.
To say the truth, these soporific parts are so many scenes of serious artfully interwoven, in order to contrast and set off the rest; and this is the true meaning of a late facetious writer, who told the public that whenever he was dull they might be assured there was a design in it.
It's a striking contrast to your noble and virtuous attachment--a vile contrast
With the products offered between the major 4 competitors in this market being very similar, prices are very competitive and are set to become even more competitive as more generic contrasts enter the market.
Mostly computer scientists, but also some contributors from fields where contrast data mining is applied, discuss preliminaries and statistical contrast measures; contrast mining algorithms; generalized contrasts, emerging data cubes, and rough sets; contrast mining for classification and clustering; contrast mining for bioinformatics and chemoinformatics; and contrast mining for special domains.
Various techniques can be used within the MRI control procedures to provide image contrasts between different tissues, such as that between blood and brain tissue within the cranial cavity.
Despite many similarities, Coney Island and Blackpool were very different, reflecting contrasts in geography, climate, political context, the tastes and needs of the crowds they attracted.
From here, the immaculately composed and crafted ensemble resembles a walled town rising from the flood plain, the emphatic separation of building and meadow wedding these into a whole of complementary contrasts that will be softened but remain no less compelling when vines festoon the pergolas.
Scientists have now exploited this phenomenon to uncover evidence suggesting that, once visual information passes beyond the eyes, the brain immediately begins to interpret the brightness of surfaces based on light- dark contrasts, rather than solely calculating absolute levels of light.
Her description also contrasts the deacon's looks (creepy) with his manner (pleasant).
We believe EZ CHEM will help reduce the risks associated with the use of IV contrasts for certain patients while improving productivity in the CT department.
The curve contrasts, too, with the straight facade of the technical rooms to west, just as its elaborate glazing system contrasts with their rudimentary cladding and clerestory strips.