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Following this acquisition Autodesk plans to develop and sell Illuminate Labs' technology.
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Radcliff's carefully structured analysis of place and process in Gijon illuminates the ways in which powerful upheavals took shape in smaller yet nonetheless important cities.
Retallack, studying the political deployment of anti-socialist rhetoric in Saxony in the Kaiserreich, Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann, focusing on the continued dominance of political liberals at the municipal level before 1918, and Richard Bodek, exploring the relationship between proletarian culture and Communist politics in Berlin in th twenties indicate how careful empirical work at the local and regional level ca illuminate and challenge generalizations about national trends.
Mark Beeston, Managing Partner and Founder of Illuminate Financial Management said, We are delighted to announce the first close of the Illuminate Fintech Opportunities Fund.
The idea of addressing the method of their creation in the works themselves, of applying materials in such a way that they describe themselves and thus illuminate the work's components as well as the ideas they convey, is transformed into a nearly transcendent transparency: At the end of the day, the conceptual thought-construct is transformed into a magical play of light that overflows the picture's boundaries and floods the gallery with rays of color.
In particular, its varied treatment of divorce cases illuminates both the changing attitudes during that time and the complex social and cultural environment in which reformers functioned.
For this exhibition, he created two works that make no reference to the architectural characteristics of the building, accentuating the pictorial instead, which nonetheless illuminates the space of the gallery in all its detail.
Sun on Thursday illuminated the face of Ramses II sanctuary in the Abu Simple temple in south Aswan for 20 minutes in a rare phenomenon that takes place twice a year - Muhammad Fawzy/Egypt Today On February 22, a day celebrating the king's birthday and again on October 22, a day celebrating his coronation, sunlight illuminates seated statues of the sun gods Re-Horakhte and Amon-Re, as well as a statue of king Ramses II.
This well and, for the most part, originally researched book investigates and illuminates on more than just Jewish fundamentalism.
Here's how it works: the unit sends out a laser pulse which illuminates the road ahead while a CCD camera records the scene.
In this volume, she considers the autobiographical adoption narrative as a genre of self-making that illuminates two distinctive eras: the 1945-1970 period, when secrecy was at its height, and the post-1970 period of vigorous critique and reform.