illuminative


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il·lu·mi·na·tive

 (ĭ-lo͞o′mə-nā′tĭv)
adj.
Of, causing, or capable of causing illumination.
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Is it illuminative? Has it conveyed anything to your minds?
sh: illuminative decoration/display of local artwork of niptb during festive seasons (one year).
His analyses of ethnographies of domestic workers are especially illuminative. For instance, he writes of a domestic servant who cut and refused to bandage her finger while ironing.
Seeing how we, as a national organization, are impactful was very illuminative and helped reignite the passion of why we have PVA.
As always, the individual firm data provide more perspective than any national average, and extreme outliers can be illuminative. For instance, 10 companies reported a ratio of zero--indicating the CEO did not take a compensation package (a group that included Twitter and RE/MAX).
This transitional period, also known as the illuminative way, perfects the soul and prepares it for entrance into the unitive way.
Perhaps--just like the co-editors of The Flies--the solution may be found by following Borges' lead and embracing the illuminative metaphysical elements that can be found in conundrums, paradoxes, and irony.
Table 6 is particularly illuminative: for several of the proposed cost-cutting strategies polled post-deliberation, nearly proportional percentages of participants rated a given strategy as alternately most or least acceptable--while no strategy was endorsed by a clear majority.
Faced with a job interview where you have to share about your past experience, package your experience in an illuminative story.
Chapter 4 provides an illuminative examination of global production networks that combine the outsourcing of productive functions, emerging international divisions of labour, and complex regimes of global corporate governance.
Yet, you want to compete with God in majesty and you will not allow even a common sun to shine and perform the illuminative assignment God brought it to perform on earth!' The fish angrily stormed back into the river and as Ap'ejalodo, downcast, walked back home, his old torn and wretched dress suddenly came back on him, his mansion transformed into the hut of the past and the couple's latter wretchedness was more striking than the one of yore.
The product she has designed alerts riders and road users of each other's presence using an illuminative rear panel and a rubberised wristband.