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translucent

 [trans-lu´sent]
slightly penetrable by light rays.

pel·lu·cid

(pe-lū'sid),
Allowing the passage of light.
[L. pellucidus]

pellucid

/pel·lu·cid/ (pel-oo´sid) translucent.

pel·lu·cid

(pĕ-lū'sid)
Allowing the passage of light.
[L. pellucidus]

pellucid 

Allowing maximum passage of light.

pellucid

translucent.
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Galliard says that this is not entirely clear, and explains more pellucidly that the crucial difference is whether the semitone in question is major (diatonic) or minor (chromatic); Galliard also provides footnotes and music illustrations to underline his explanations.
This happens to be a case in which the legislative history is pellucidly clear and the statutory text is difficult to fathom.
John Casken's Chansons de Verlaine, clear, pellucidly textured, and with an acute sense of text, were matched by equally sensitive settings of three women poets by Ian Venables.
205) He said that the better approach, however, was to acknowledge that the "legislative history is pellucidly clear and the statutory text is difficult to fathom.
dissenting) ([B]oth the text of the ordinance and the reasoning in the Court's opinion make it pellucidly clear that the city of Erie has prohibited nude dancing `precisely because of its communicative attributes.