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silhouette

outline of a figure. The sharpness of the silhouette is a function of the shape, size and density of the object. This is most marked in radiography.

basketball-shaped silhouette
the enlarged cardiac outline seen in the dorsal-ventral view of the thorax in a dog with chronic pericardial effusion.
silhouette sign
produced when two fluid densities are contiguous and the individual outline of each is lost. Commonly used in the evaluation of chest problems.
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Silhouette said that its new Sun18 collection represents the brand's "flair for colour, flawless design and beautiful craftsmanship.
The silhouettes reflect people using the beach, and were created using photographs taken in Colwyn Bay during summer 2014.
The launch of Silhouette Active Fit briefs comes in the second year of Underwareness--the largest marketing effort to date, created by Depend--to help break down the stigma surrounding bladder leakage while supporting the millions of people who experience it.
The launch of Silhouette Active Fit briefs comes in the second year of Depend's Underwareness campaign--the largest effort to date to help break down the stigma surrounding bladder leakage while supporting the millions of people who experience it.
Technically, a silhouette is a view of an object consisting of just the outline of it with a featureless interior.
Having good spacing between each silhouette means there's plenty of room for geese in the air to see decoys transition from broad side to thin side.
Even classic, timeless wardrobe staple silhouettes, such as a T-shirt, trench coat, basic blouse, pencil skirt and blazer, change over time.
Patrick Schupak, Silhouette Lift CEO & co-founder, added that Sinclair, via its financial and logistic support, would help his firm bring its innovative products to their next development stage.
Elizabeth had never had her silhouette painted before.
Most people will be familiar with Silhouette through their track "Can't Keep Up" - the uptempo rouser that soundtracked the recent Northern Ireland Tourist Board campaign.
I've been match director for numerous state and regional BPCR silhouette championships so organizing a new one didn't seem daunting.
Set on individual shelves, 10 black forms, each titled Silhouette followed by a four-digit number (chosen, it is to be believed, according to the dimensions of each piece), fully assume their status of works of art.