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DIM

days in milk.
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But let's get to the other offerings, too: The restaurant's dimness is sultry (ok, for me it was a little dark; I like to see my steak clearly), with tables by the window to the terrace, a lounge area and a more formal restaurant, with gauzy curtains in between to divide up the large space, part of which was formerly the hotel's gym (they blasted through a wall to extend out to the terrace, the restaurant's owner told me).
Instead, she has a tendency to tell her story in a summary travelogue fashion, with people and places and events--even the succession of disappointing boyfriends-flitting by at such a rapid clip as to blur to dimness.
This is done by locating pulsing stars, called Cepheid variables, whose cycles of intensity and dimness indicate their brightness.
Dimness veiled the scarred parquet, a DJ clawing songs as
Ms Francis had used a night light to carry out an examination which the panel was told was not appropriate because the dimness would not allow for an accurate observation and assessment.
The diffuse sunlight from the exhibition hall's skylights provides the only source of illumination, bypassing vertical works almost completely and leaving viewers to peer at the work on show in a dimness that poses an advantage for video works but detracts severely from the rest of the show.
Due to this reason, dimness and a sense of strict discipline are predominant in the architectural spaces of churches.
Through successive stages of drawing, memories of the initial inspiration had dimmed and, in that dimness, creativity seemed to flicker into being and give rise to physical objects where previously there had been none.
The intense colour spaces, the rhythmic light and shade, dimness and semi-transparency play the central role in the visual illusions; they are attributed to the artist's extensive researches into the potentials of his mediums and his study of different techniques.
There may be tearing pain and stiffness on first motion that's improved by continued motion, as well as mental dimness and disturbed sleep.
For during the weeks that the series has run, my blood pressure has soared uncontrollably at the naked greed, selfishness, aggression and, above all, the dimness that has been flaunted by competitors as though it were a badge of honour.
Without losing sight of the chronology, Gregory deftly guided visitors between exposure and opacity, and from crepuscular dimness to the glaring light of tragedy, beginning with the "Sex" series and ending with the more broadly circulated images related to the AIDS crisis that Weil took between 1985 and 1992.