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Although the narrative includes brutal violence, And I Darken is a worthy purchase for young adult collections.
She added: "We had to try to darken the nude mesh dress under the silver layer because it was too light to match my skin tone.
Male giraffes become more illustrious with age, but rather than the silvery locks that distinguish the likes of Sean Connery and George Clooney, the hairy blotches on these long-necked mammals darken with age.
The PhotoFusion lenses darken in 15-30 seconds and are clear again in five to 10 minutes.
The DuraGrip 6100 series will not darken when exposed to ultraviolet light.
The final step in perfecting this master file is applying some dodging and burning to respectively lighten and darken specific areas of the print, enhancing its appearance.
Hobart Welders introduces its new XTV Series of lightweight, high performance auto-darkening welding helmets that darken in 1/12,000 of a second after arc start and feature an internally adjustable auto-darkening shade (#9-12), lens sensitivity, and delay controls.
For linking lax immigration to terrorism, Tancredo says he was told by administration powerbroker Karl Rove "never to darken the door of the White House again.
To this must be added, in different ecclesial contexts, certain abuses that contribute to darken correct faith and Catholic doctrine on this admirable Sacrament.
But one book has had the biggest impact on my life and that's William Maxwell's Time Will Darken It.
Here, indeed, the complexities of Gijon allow us to understand polarization that would darken decades to follow.