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canvassing

making personal representation to individual persons to solicit their custom. Usually used in a political sense but also used in the sense of touting for professional patronage, considered to be an unethical practice in most countries.
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Caption: Native, 2015 Oil and wax on canvas 60" by 60"
The Micromax Canvas Infinity also packs in a graphics processor, and 32 GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 128 GB via a microSD card.
You can find a lot of websites that offer the services of converting photos into beautiful canvas prints.
Canvas is a cloud-based LMS that connects all of the digital tools and resources K-12 teachers and students use into one simple place.
Canvas Home was founded in 2008 by British designer and entrepreneur Andrew Corrie, whose mantra is "The home is a blank canvas, let us help you paint a unique picture, reflective of the life you lead.
However, as per the listing on the website, Micromax Canvas Blaze HD EG116 is currently out of stock.
While distressed paint layers can be evaluated visually from the front, there has been no method to evaluate the 'fragility of canvas without cutting off a piece of it," said Irene Civil, head of conservation at the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation.
Instant Canvas utilizes its own in-house framing technology to create a perfect looking wrapped canvas every time.
First, we had a McCormick-Deering binder that cut the standing stalks, laying them down on the reel canvas that then delivered them to two elevator canvases that carried them into a gathering/tying device creating a nice, heavy bundle of grain or stalks.
CANVAS DRAPING As they enter the art room, students find their chairs on the tables.