pixilate


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pixilate

(ˈpɪksɪˌleɪt) or

pixillate

vb
(Broadcasting) variant spellings of pixelate
ˌpixiˈlation, ˌpixilˈlation n
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Across the space you seem To pixilate a dream, a breakage And a screen, your simulacrum Since the last I held you fast En chair et en os , one Joint against the next, your Hand soft on my neck, your Clavicle and chest, my breast Against your breast.
Then she downloads it and processes the photograph on her computer using Photoshop to pixilate the image.
But the images pixilate easily, which means you can see the tiny dots of color that constitute walls and characters when you move too close to them.