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All Army museums are required by regulations to photographically document their artifact collections either on film or digitally.
A savvy businessperson as well as a fine artist, Ford counseled Grogan to document his work photographically.
At the Eagle Rock-based Pink Kitty photography studios, which specializes in re-creating vintage pinup photography, co-owner Lori Mann has no shortage of housewives and working women looking to re-create themselves photographically as dominatrix.
6) Federal law lists numerous types of unregistered intangible properties within the meaning of the term "trade secrets," including financial, business, scientific, technical, economic, or engineering information, including patterns, plans, compilations, program devises, formulas, designs, prototypes, methods, techniques, processes, procedures, programs, or codes, whether tangible or intangible, and whether stored, compiled or memorialized physically, electronically, graphically, photographically, or in writing.
And whether you get there typographically or photographically or with illustration, that's all dictated by what the book is about.
The introduction of photographically illustrated books and albums, as well as panoramas, helped shape the initial impulse of tourism in the mid 19th century.
Exploring with Lewis and Clark photographically reproduces the pages Floyd wrote in his own handwriting, a typeface transcript for easy reading, extensive historical and context notes, and a thoughtfully informative introduction.
I have nothing to offer anyone other than I can introduce you photographically to people that actually do stuff or whatever .
The DUP is to meet General de Chastelain this week to discuss the proposals put forward by the two governments on IRA decommissioning, which is to be verified by churchmen and recorded photographically.
Originally Millais would have drawn designs in reverse directly on to a wood block which the engravers would then have carved, but from 1863 the images were transferred photographically.