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  • Light is essential to sight. Without light there is no sight, at least not with our natural eyes. Because figure drawing begins with seeing, a book about figure drawing should have some significant information on the nature of light and how our eyes perceive it. Understanding how light works on objects in a scene helps the artist create a feeling of depth and substance in a drawing. In Figure 7.1 the lighting on the dress indicates that it is a dark satin material. In nature the artist often doesn’t have much control over the lighting of a scene. About...

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  • Understanding human anatomy will help you achieve greater expressive ability in figure drawing. By understanding the many different aspects of the human form, you can better grasp how the figure works as a whole. For example, if you feel along the bone on the lower part of your jaw, you will notice that there is a small indentation about halfway between the chin and the back of the jaw. This indentation is to allow a blood vessel to pass under the jaw. The indentation helps to protect the vessel. The significance of this little indentation is that it affects the...

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  • Best-first chart parsing utilises a figure of merit (FOM) to efficiently guide a parse by first attending to those edges judged better. In the past it has usually been static; this paper will show that with some extra information, a parser can compensate for FOM flaws which otherwise slow it down. Our results are faster than the prior best by a factor of 2.5; and the speedup is won with no significant decrease in parser accuracy. length. Incomplete constituents ("edges") are stored in an agenda. The exhaustion of the agenda definitively marks the completion of the parsing algorithm, but...

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  • (BQ) Each entry is arranged alphabetically and contains a 1,000- to 2,500-word essay, contact information for the subject, and further readings, including Web sites. Sidebars provide chronologies of events in the lives of the subjects, lists of major awards and accomplishments, statistics, extracts from material such as magazine articles, and brief biographies of individuals who played significant roles in the sports figures' lives.

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  • (BQ) Notable Sports Figures provides narrative biographical profiles of more than 600 individuals who have made significant contributions to their sport and to society. It covers sports figures from the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries who represent a wide variety of sports and countries. Lesser-known sports such as cricket, equestrian, and snowboarding are featured alongside sports like baseball, basketball, and football. Notable Sports Figures includes not only athletes, but also coaches, team executives, and media figures such as sportscasters and writers

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  • (BQ) Notable Sports Figures provides narrative biographical profiles of more than 600 individuals who have made significant contributions to their sport and to society. It covers sports figures from the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries who represent a wide variety of sports and countries. Lesser-known sports such as cricket, equestrian, and snowboarding are featured alongside sports like baseball, basketball, and football. Notable Sports Figures includes not only athletes, but also coaches, team executives, and media figures such as sportscasters and writers

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  • (BQ) Notable Sports Figures provides narrative biographical profiles of more than 600 individuals who have made significant contributions to their sport and to society. It covers sports figures from the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries who represent a wide variety of sports and countries. Lesser-known sports such as cricket, equestrian, and snowboarding are featured alongside sports like baseball, basketball, and football. Notable Sports Figures includes not only athletes, but also coaches, team executives, and media figures such as sportscasters and writers

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  • However, engineering freshmen are less interested in what was or what is than they are in what will be. Young men and women exploring engineering as a career are excited about the future—their future—and about the engineering challenges 10 to 20 years from now when they are in the spring and summer of their careers. In the words of the four-time Stanley Cup winner and Hockey Hall of Fame member Wayne Gretzky, I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it’s been.

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  • The three stages shown in Figure 1 are intended to demarcate three macro-stages of writing development. Writing skill is shown as continuously improving as a function of practice, as is typical for perceptual-motor and cognitive skills in general. The micro- changes underlying the gradual improvement that drive the transition to the next macro-stage fall beyond the scope of the present article.

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  • A pervasive theme in the literature is that user-friendly wine lists are recommended; most guests do not want to spend significant time going through a massive wine menu. A list of as few as 50 extremely well chosen wines is considered more than enough to cover all the bases, even for fine dining restaurants. Current sales trends show that while wine consumption is holding, many customers are trading down a notch. This means that they are looking for value and are less willing to make selections at super- premium price points or suffer onerous mark-ups. ...

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  • The share of infrastructure increased to 40 percent in 2011 from 31 percent in 2010 while the share of industry decreased to 32 percent––though given the substantial increase in BNDES lending, the absolute levels of credit for industry have increased. (see Figure 19). Looking further ahead, BNDES could gradually shift toward promoting the development of long-term capital markets, including by playing a role in standardization and market making (e.g., co-financing of infrastructure projects with the private sectors) in the long-term financing market. ...

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  • -Systematic and random error -Accuracy vs precision -Significant figures -Average and standard deviations ENVI 15 - Analytical Chemistry Lecture 2 Quality Assurance Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) Review Harris Chapter 5 A program to produce high quality data with known uncertainty. ENVI 15 - Analytical Chemistry Lecture 2 .

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  • Tony Smith worked first as a toolmaker and draftsman while studying painting and drawing. After serving as clerk for Frank Lloyd Wright, he managed his own successful independent practice for almost two decades. By 1960, however, he turned to sculpture. Smith preferred mild steel to Cor-Ten steel. Mild steel accommodates itself more readily to welding, resulting in greater unity of the joining planes. Its less wavy texture makes it easier to manipulate into exactly level planes.

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  • The narratives of Hindi cinema have undoubtedly been male dominated and male centric. Themes have been explored from the male audience‟s point of view. The heroine is always secondary to the hero. Her role is charted out in context of any male character which is central to the script. It may be the hero, the villain, the father, the boss, an elderly male figure etc. She is devoid of any independent existence and her journey throughout the film is explored in relation to the male character.

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  • The self-reported barriers vary significantly across regions as well as by individual characteristics. Among adults without a formal account, those in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean are the most likely to cite missing documentation as a reason for not having one. Those in Europe and Central Asia have the least trust in banks. Women tend to report using someone else’s account significantly more than do men, highlighting the challenges that women may encounter in account ownership.

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  • Both direct emission from fires and ash resuspension from burnt soils could be an important source of airborne PM10. This pyrogenic material, which is composed of organic matter, black carbon and inorganic material, is to a large extent present in the size range below 10 µm and so can be resuspended by wind [17]. Although the contribution to ambient aerosol from fire smoke will generally be episodic, in areas where there is a constant forest burning, the particulate emission from this source could be significant.

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  • Subjects suggested different types of information they felt could help raise awareness among policy makers and influencers of the impact of air pollution on health. These included providing peer-reviewed papers; cost-benefit analyses; information on health benefits and health-impact assessments; maps of air pollution and health-impact assessments that show inequalities in exposure and in health effects; and comparative risk assessments for air pollution and other environmental factors.

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  • This economic development has resulted in a significant increase in the living standards of the Chinese people, and has also led to further needs for economic construction. These changes in turn have created an expanding consumer market in China, and have generated a growing need for imported goods. New Zealand does, of course, export goods to China, and over the past twenty years New Zealand's exports to China have grown , from NZ$ 1 million in 1972, to over $275 million in 1991. However, exports to China in 1991 still represented only about 1.

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  • India’s entire production of passenger cars and MUVs rose in the 1960s to 1980s only slowly to around 40.000 vehicles annually (see figure 1). Low production volumes and high prices put passenger car ownership quite deliberately out of reach of average middle class consumers.

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  • We can firstly use the experience gained with ESPON 2006 program. In particular the world database elaborated by project Europe in the World (ESPON 3.4.1) could be updated and eventually improved (modification of the WUTS Sytem ?). But we suggest to introduce a more general connexion with UN statistical system through an expert team specialized in the integration of world databases. The most difficult question will be the connection between the WUTS system and the NUTS system through the level of states.

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