(n.) A partly reduced copper sulphide, obtained by alternately roasting and melting copper ore in separating the metal from associated iron ores, and called coarse metal, fine metal, etc., according to the grade of fineness. On the exterior it is dark brown or black, but on a fresh surface is yellow or bronzy in color.
(n.) A dead or dull finish, as in gilding where the gold leaf is not burnished, or in painting where the surface is purposely deprived of gloss.
(1) We believe Oisin has a very exciting future at the BBC.” Clarkson, May and Hammond have signed up to launch a rival show on Amazon’s TV service , while Chris Evans is currently filming a new series of the BBC’s Top Gear show with fellow presenters Matt LeBlanc and Eddie Jordan.
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(3) As luck would have it, the outgoing Bartlet and his successor, Matt Santos, are currently dealing with a foreign crisis, too.
(4) Kirkby is not a particularly prosperous town,” says Matt Donnelly, 27.
(5) This is a very nice drug and I’m sure Merck are feeling very pleased with themselves.” Matt Kennedy, who led the trial at Merck, said: “Today there are very limited therapeutic options available for people with Alzheimer’s disease, and those that exist provide only short-term improvement to the cognitive and functional symptoms.
(6) Matt Busby used to say to us that if we were six points off the lead at Christmas we would win the league.
(7) The Bears put together a 74 yard drive capped off by a Matt Forte run to give the Bears a one point lead... rather than "run" as I said earlier.
(8) But Matt Collins of Exeter University said it was unlikely to cause an absolute cooling: "It could offset some of the warming, but really the greenhouse gas signal wins over the AMOC.
(9) Updated at 3.53am GMT 3.50am GMT Red Sox 4 - Cardinals 2, bottom of the 9th Matt Carpenter takes a ball and a called strike.
(10) The head of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), Matt Baggott, said it was a difficult security operation dealing with a large number of people determined to cause disorder and violence.
(11) He considers himself more of a tracksuit coach, despite seeing his influence with the younger age groups at St George’s Park diminished since Matt Crocker swapped Southampton for the FA to become head of player and coach development, but would be more than happy to be part of the body’s consultation process as they seek to identify Hodgson’s successor.
(12) League Two’s top scorer, Matt Tubbs of Portsmouth, features alongside his team-mate Jed Wallace in the PFA’s team of that division.
(13) He’s a great defender when he hits you but when you have guys like Matt Giteau who is light on his feet and can change direction …” And what of England, hosts of the tournament who, beset by selection quandaries, forgot the fundamentals against France last weekend.
(14) My condolences to his family and friends February 27, 2017 The culture minister, Matt Hancock, said Kaufman, former chairman of the culture select committee, had “a distinctive voice and championed the arts in parliament”.
(15) I relate this clinical observation to the idea of non-attachment as found in spiritual tradition, and I draw on the work of Bion and Matte Blanco to locate these ideas within psychoanalytic theory.
(16) When Matt Slater went swimming with his dog Mango in a Cornish estuary this month, he bumped into a barrel jellyfish.
(17) This story was amended on 20 November to correct the given name of Matt Topic.
(18) The BBC said it had no further comment to make about Clarkson's suicide remarks, on Wednesday's edition of BBC1 show hosted by Matt Baker and Alex Jones.
(19) Matt Schaub has done nothing so far today to persuade them otherwise, completeing 13 of 21 passes for 134 yards, no touchdowns and one interception.
(20) I had more fun with Matt Winning , delivering a silly set on the Free Fringe imagining himself the son of Robert Mugabe.
(n.) The art of painting; representation by painting.
(n.) A representation of anything (as a person, a landscape, a building) upon canvas, paper, or other surface, produced by means of painting, drawing, engraving, photography, etc.; a representation in colors. By extension, a figure; a model.
(n.) An image or resemblance; a representation, either to the eye or to the mind; that which, by its likeness, brings vividly to mind some other thing; as, a child is the picture of his father; the man is the picture of grief.
(v. t.) To draw or paint a resemblance of; to delineate; to represent; to form or present an ideal likeness of; to bring before the mind.
(1) The rash presented either as a pityriasis rosea-like picture which appeared about three to six months after the onset of treatment in patients taking low doses, or alternatively, as lichenoid plaques which appeared three to six months after commencement of medication in patients taking high doses.
(2) The severity and site of hypertrophy is important in determining the clinical picture and the natural history of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM).
(3) Today’s figures tell us little about the timing of the first increase in interest rates, which will depend on bigger picture news on domestic growth, pay trends and perceived downside risks in the global economy,” he said.
(4) Only in 17 of the 97 examinees all the examined parameters were found normal, in the rest deviations from the normal echographic picture were revealed.
(5) For related pairs, both the primes (first pictures) and targets (second pictures) varied in rated "typicality" (Rosch, 1975), being either typical or relatively atypical members of their primary superordinate category.
(6) For this purpose a test consisting of 135 picture cards was devised.
(7) "But we develop a picture of someone from their previous engagements with us.
(8) Scintigraphic pictures of the uterine cavity and oviducts were obtained with a Jumbo Toshiba gamma-camera; they were subsequently analysed by an Informatek SIMIS-3 data processing system.
(9) It is a specific clinical picture with extensive soft tissue gas and swelling of the forearm.
(10) A 68 year-old man with a history of right thalamic hemorrhage demonstrated radiologically in the pulvinar and posterior portion of the dorsomedian nucleus developed a clinical picture of severe physical sequelae associated with major affective, behavioral and psychic disorders.
(11) In spite of antimalaria treatment, with cortisone and then with immuno-depressants, the outcome was fatal with a picture of acute reticulosis and neurological disorders.
(12) "But this is not all Bulgarians and gives a totally wrong picture of what the country is about," she sighed.
(13) Spotlight is still the favourite to win best picture A dinner in Beverly Hills was hosted in Spotlight’s honor on Sunday night.
(14) Erythrocyte filterability, blood viscosity, changes in the blood picture, and three blood coagulation factors (antithrombin III, protein C, and fibrin monomers) were investigated.
(15) The leak also included the script for an in-house Sony Pictures recruitment video and performance reviews for hundreds employees.
(16) In the case of the latter, it show either a more or less typical appearance of radicolography only or, more rarely, a picture which combines opacification of the epidural space with the subarachnoid passage of the contrast medium.
(17) As evidence, they show no mediated semantic-phonological priming during picture naming: Retrieval of sheep primes goat, but the activation of goat is not transmitted to its phonological relative, goal.
(18) Pathological changes may, thus, be initially confined to projecting and intrinsic neurons localized in cortical and subcortical olfactory structures; arguments are advanced which favor the view that excitotoxic phenomena could be mainly responsible for the overall degenerative picture.
(19) The clinical picture was characterized by hallucinations and delirium.
(20) These findings indicate the cytogenetic correlation with clinical and morphological picture, which consequently implicates the diagnostic and prognostic significance of chromosomal aspects.