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Obama is not fond of the cold but according to Mastromonaco, "how better to show contrast with an old and tired Senator McCain than with a spry and virile Barack Obama, so dedicated to the American public that he would endure a snowstorm to tell them about his vision for the country?
2]-weighted images, and because of their hypervascularity show contrast enhancement.
A creative photographer does not forget to show contrast in his pictures.
1-5) The dura underlying the tumour might show contrast enhancement; this is thought to be due to either dural irritation by the tumour or to dural invasion by tumour cells.
These are followed by presentation of two religious conversion tales (one presented only in summary), chosen so as to show contrast between the two oral poets.
Chhathare Limbu and Athpahariya consonants show contrast in voicing, aspiration, place of articulation and manner of articulation.
Taiwan, the packaging evokes two different images--violent and serene--to show contrast between noisy environment and sensory perception.
Suggest they draw lightly at first, and as they get the shape down, draw a little darker to show contrast.
Further investigations included interval MR scan which showed unchanged appearances of the multiple confluent periventricular hyperintensities (Figure 1), which did not show contrast enhancement; no cortical or basal ganglia lesions were seen.
Film has a limited ability to show contrast between different areas of the breast, which can make interpretation difficult.
This survey is necessary since it serves to show contrast with Gula's work.