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translucid

(trænzˈluːsɪd)
adj
a less common word for translucent
translucidity n
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This insight, which expresses itself by what is called Imagination, is a very high sort of seeing, which does not come by study, but by the intellect being where and what it sees; by sharing the path or circuit of things through forms, and so making them translucid to others.
It also will feature Dan Marino, Peter Procek, Ryan Shannon, Nick Novotny, and Jon Belsheim of Translucid Blue, both performers who frequently play at other local venues.
The white concept of space has a translucid content, innocent of all the things of the world; but when it becomes Euclidean space, or projective space, or a topological space that multiplies its dimensions, then we no longer say anything about space in general and it disappears from our preoccupations.
A translucid spine appears in the middle of the fork formed by the gross central setae that has some long hairs, while on the abdomen is possible to distinguish the pleopods (Fig.
In cutaneous scars, the inflammatory infiltrate consisted of lymphocytes and macrophages; 17 cases (53.12%) presented multinucleated giant cells, in some cases, in relation to translucid not structured material (suture material).
After 48 hours of ruminal incubation, all bags were washed manually under running water until they became translucid, and then, the bags were dried in forced ventilation oven at 55[degrees]C for 72 hours, and later weighed for determination of in situ dry matter digestibility.
The novel polymeric materials are thermally and chemically stable, optically homogeneous, and translucid and have low refractive index.
Furthermore, I am able to confirm that he indeed saw Schiede 1105, because in the herbarium G-DC there is a calc, made on translucid paper, which correspond to the leaf shape of the species.
It was described for females as (1) immature (stage 1): short and translucid nidamental gland and transparent ovary; (2) maturation (stage 2): cream nidamental glands and granulated ovary; (3) mature (stage 3): larger nidamental glands (20%-50% of the mantle cavity) and ovary full of eggs, yellow colored; and (4) spawned (stage 4): flaccid and reduced nidamental glands and oviduct with some eggs.
Mice were immediately placed individually in a translucid acrylic box to be observed for the onset of uncoordinated movements (sedative phase) and hypnosis, and for sleep duration.