thumbnail sketch


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thumbnail sketch

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George Melly described Eleanor Rigby as "a thumbnail sketch as solid as a Rembrandt drawing".
"River and Coast Geo Facts" is an informative thumbnail sketch of major known examples of graphic changes in rivers and coastlines of Earth.
Claire Carre's debut feature could be described as a mass-scale "Memento," but that thumbnail sketch misses both the pic's impressive conceptual breadth and its numbing dramatic stasis.
This made the task of visually mapping out each spread, in the form of a thumbnail sketch, a lot easier.
"If someone suggests seeing 360, do a 180 - and run." Sheri Linden in the LA Reviewer Joe Neumair of the New York Daily Times was more positive, writing: "Hopkins, Law, Foster and Weisz do excellent thumbnail sketch work, allowing for contemplative moments."
Reviewing notes from Chekhovas notebooks, Tom observes that aeach is a thumbnail sketch, a moment reduced to the simplest particle of itselfa[bar]each of these small handfuls of words began expanding into a story the size of a universea[bar]a Tomas own notes show how seemingly simple sketches of life balloon into fictive realitiesapeople and places with full-bodied stories and motivations.
"Have you seen me do it in the last 10 years?" Well actually our pictorial thumbnail sketch proves that old habits die hard.
After a brief but solid introduction to the religious background of Christian anti-Judaism from the post-Roman world to the early twentieth century, he establishes a template for exploring the actions among these particular "Righteous among the Nations." Subsequent chapters begin with a thumbnail sketch of Jewish migration and settlement to a particular country or region, the relationships of Jews to the larger society, and then changes wrought by the invasion and occupation of Nazi Germany.
Paul, Minnesota which has a thumbnail sketch of the famous comic artist, born in St.
Johnson's Washington gives general readers, students, and scholars a thumbnail sketch of our first president.
Director Ed Bazalgette says: "Hannibal marching his elephants across the Alps is the thumbnail sketch passed down through generations.
The front desk staff would swipe it through a reader, generate an electronic thumbnail sketch of my allergies, conditions and medical peculiarities, and either save the data for electronic clinician access in the exam room or, at worst, print a paper copy for the treating practitioner.