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blaze

a broad white stripe down the face, wider than the nasal bones and including the forehead and all or part of the muzzle. Used in the description of horses.
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This essay historicizes the problems that readers faced in this new visual culture by examining Galileo's Starry Messenger and Margaret Cavendish's Description of a New World, called the Blazing World (1666).
Although Robert Hooke's recent work with microscopes provi des the main impetus for The Blazing World, it is thus Galileo who appears as the representative of observational optics in Cavendish's catalogue in The Blazing World of "the most famous modern Writers.
Mary Armstrong is the epitome of the spirit of the SWE 2006 National Conference theme, Women Blazing Technology Trails," says Jude Garzolini, president of the Society of Women Engineers.
The 2006 SWE National Conference, Women Blazing Technology Trails, is being held at the Kansas City Convention Center October 12-14.
Ubisoft, one of the world's largest video game publishers, today proudly announces that Blazing Angels(TM) Squadrons of WWII, the intense squadron-based flight action game, has released for Xbox 360(TM) and Xbox(R) video game and entertainment systems from Microsoft and PC in the U.
In Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII, players test their air-combat skills as they experience the most famous battles of World War II.
Blazing Logic, the developer of the class-leading NoPop
Given EarthLink's latest announcement regarding its anti pop-up initiative, more ISPs will be forced to follow suit if they wish to remain competitive," said James Leasure, Vice President of Blazing Logic's parent company, LPE Inc.
OTC BB (PDAP) announced today the signing of a letter of intent to acquire BLAZING EDITIONS.
blazing speed and choice of size for FireWire-enabled desktops and