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accentuation

[aksen′cho̅o̅·ā′shən]
Etymology: L, accentus, accent
an increase in distinctness or loudness, as in heart sounds.
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Graeme Fraser-Bell, chief executive of Accentuate, said: "We are delighted with our progress since our Dragons' Den experience.
In 2012 I gave Fiona a share certificate for Christmas which was a percentage of Accentuate Games and I said to her 'this will either be the cheapest Christmas present I've ever given you, or the most expensive'
While Bao reduces tangential design details in his cars, he accentuates and intensifies their chrome, and his smallish paintings are powerful and glossy candy-colored conveyors of great formal beauty.
The tufts on their legs accentuate this motion, the researchers explain.
Granite columns balanced by glass vision and spandrel panels accentuate the verticality of the design.
Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum's New York Design partner, said "The juxtaposition of the vertically organized glazing system and granite facade with paired punched openings accentuate the slenderness of the office tower.
The strong, straight horizontal line of this car accentuates it roomy body, which is understandable as the original 5008 was an MPV which underwent transformation on a wave of SUV euphoria.