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  1. We want to accentuate that.
  2. Better to accentuate the positive.
  3. Why not accentuate them a little more?
  4. Age had only served to accentuate this pitiless modesty.
  5. He says that wealth redistribution can actually accentuate pover-.

  6. To accentuate its effects, use a highlighter on the cheekbone itself.
  7. HOW THE FULLER LINES THUS GIVEN ACCENTUATE THE FULLNESSES OF THE FEATURES.
  8. Instead, accentuate the positive, by building on the thought: / am a good.
  9. Studies on cocaine craving discovered nicotine is able to accentuate cue-.
  10. Please note that reflection can also take the form of opposites, to accentuate the.
  11. Using mascara can accentuate your eyelashes, especially if you are doing it the right way.
  12. To accentuate the point, Wyll grabbed his stomach and groaned with extra emphasis, rolling on the ground.
  13. It would not just accentuate your overall beauty, but it can also make you hair look healthy and radiant.
  14. This causes much concern, and many positions will be covered or sold, which will help accentuate the reversal.
  15. The twins had chosen a simple knee-length teal dress for her, believing it would accentuate her new dark coloring.

  16. I saw on TV that girls with partial webbing of their toes get piercings there to accentuate it, Corallyn chimed in.
  17. We want to accentuate that distinction to help us stop blending the character we play with the actor playing the character.
  18. The whiteness of her dress seemed to accentuate the freckles on her face, and the red of her lips, painted glossy with sparkles.
  19. The group of mouldings cutting against the head in a portrait, or the lines of a column used to accentuate the curved forms of a face or.
  20. Here and there the brilliant rays penetrated to earth, but for the most part they only served to accentuate the Stygian blackness of the jungle's depths.
  21. Turning, he paused, glancing through his sunglasses at her tight jean shorts that accompanied a peach cutoff t-shirt; helping to accentuate her large breasts.
  22. And to accentuate his point, Philo did spit once more; reddish saliva came out of his mouth with broken teeth and the wounds inside it still open, bleeding freely.
  23. The dress, flounced with ruffles, had been pulled to accentuate its lady's every curve, whilst beneath the hem a pair of black boots lent a full inch to her height.
  24. Eyeliner is used to accentuate the shape of your eyes by emphasizing the borders of the eyelids and providing a contrast between the dark eyeliner and the white of the eye.
  25. So that Titian, having to retain the vertical position for Bacchus' forward leg, used the aggressive standing leg of the cymbal lady to accentuate its spring and lightness.

  26. The spinal column and its contiguous muscles, ligaments and tendons are all designed to move, and limitations in this motion can accentuate pain and make one more susceptible to re-injury.
  27. Their use of line is also much more restrained than with us, and it is seldom used to accentuate the solidity of things, but chiefly to support the boundaries of masses and suggest detail.
  28. Trusotsky? he observed deliberately, and bringing out the word opportunity with much apparent satisfaction, as though he wished to accentuate the fact that he could not possibly be supposed to feel either honour or pleasure in meeting Mr.
  1. Accentuating her curves.
  2. Accentuating the positive.
  3. What muscles should you be accentuating? The easiest answer.
  4. What muscles should you be accentuating? The easiest answer is.
  5. The soft light was accentuating the fine downy hairs on her arms.
  6. She smiled at him and blinked her green eyes, accentuating the long.
  7. She wore clothing that conformed to her figure, accentuating every curve, leaving nothing to.
  8. Tui had on a simple white summer cotton frock with thin black vertical lines down the side accentuating her curves.
  9. These divisions were exploited by the British by giving special privileges to some and accentuating the differences.
  10. It is awfully interesting," retorted Missy, unnaturally accentuating the word "awfully," as it seemed to Nekhludoff.
  11. Behind these two figures you again have its use accentuating by repetition the peaceful line of the hacks of the sheep.
  12. Her hair was no longer tied up in a tight pony tail and dark wisps hung over her face accentuating her high cheekbones.
  13. In the harsh light of morning he looked his age; face lined and pale accentuating his obviously dyed and thinning hair.
  14. The best? The best feature was the darkly stained wainscoting accentuating the room’s elegant custom home theater feel.
  15. Melanie’s pearl-drop pendant earrings glittered in the candlelight, setting off and accentuating the sparkle in her eyes.
  16. She’d walked down from the house and sat beside me without a word, her prolonged silence accentuating the mood of the shore.
  17. But having once made up his mind he went on in his shrill voice, without timidity—or hesitation, accentuating here and there a word.
  18. Even though the business seems to be piling up cash, even though sales are healthy, the management is accentuating the negative at every turn.
  19. There followed a brief period of silence with only the sputtering flames of the torches and the hollow sound of drops of water on damp stones accentuating it.
  20. She looked absolutely stunning in a long, cream gown made from sheer silky material that tightly hugged her like a glove, accentuating every curve of her body.
  21. The long, blonde hair had been cut close, accentuating the open face with its fine, perfect skin, the big blue eyes, high, well formed eyebrows, and those invitingly fresh and always partially open lips.
  22. In the one formal portrait taken during his time at Kneller Hall, Pat is seen with another bandsman, who is seated next to him, clutching a black baton, his long, lean frame accentuating Pat’s small stature.
  23. There was not a mark of dignity or pride upon his bestial countenance, while his enormous bulk spread itself out upon the platform where he squatted like some huge devil fish, his six limbs accentuating the similarity in a horrible and startling manner.
  24. It is no mere accident that this chain is so in sympathy with the line of the face: it would hardly have remained where it is for long, and must have been put in this position by the artist with the intention (conscious or instinctive) of accentuating the face line.
  25. I could see there was something of the dandy about him, as if he had found his grail early in life and had spent his time merely accentuating that to which he was born, his doubtless swagger an eccentricity, an extravagance, which only a life of luxury could afford.
  26. The qualification of the above statement is justified by the focus of the sexual act between ‘consenting adults’ accentuating and amplifying sexual interactions between two people that are based solely on and at the level of primal sexual physical base instincts.
  27. To him who has borne himself most bravely in this last war, added Napoleon, accentuating each syllable, as with a composure and assurance exasperating to Rostóv, he ran his eyes over the Russian ranks drawn up before him, who all presented arms with their eyes fixed on their Emperor.
  28. A monsieur-madame, a fairy, dressed in a red and white polka-dot shirt, tight, white trousers accentuating the crotch and his saucy behind, a short red scarf around his neck with the knot on the side, red shoes, his mop a garish red-blond, a face made up to perfection, lipstick, eyeliner, shadows - the works, and body movements that would make a woman feel like a butch.
  29. My story is twofold: (1) traders become more cautious (risk averse) ahead of such announcements, justifiably so because these events tend to trigger large market moves and high volatility, and (2) trader response is asymmetric depending on their recent success; traders on the wrong side of the recent trend (losers) are more likely to capitulate, thereby accentuating the recent trend in the days before the big event.
  1. The father's smile became more accentuated.
  2. The upper part of her armor accentuated her.
  3. Resentment accentuated his poisonous words:.
  4. The flurry of the weekends was accentuated by.
  5. It accentuated the flecks of color in her eyes.
  6. Really? A fake sigh accentuated the word.
  7. We’ve met, Jed accentuated the last word.
  8. Tiny pockmarks accentuated his rugged good looks.
  9. The drop set waist dress accentuated her elegant thinness.
  10. Kama is the innate urge for a mate accentuated as passion.
  11. High cheekbones were accentuated by sharply angled sideburns.
  12. His features were accentuated, taking on superhuman proportions.
  13. His heavy jaw accentuated the squareness of his rectangular face.
  14. They perfectly accentuated her curves and put everything together.
  15. SOB had accentuated that it would be in his best interest to stay.
  16. She had a slightly hooked nose which accentuated her big green eyes.
  17. Trifling issues were downplayed and positive points were accentuated.
  18. Of course, he liked it because it accentuated every curve of her body.
  19. The other form accentuated by the line arrangement is the oval of the face.
  20. Tiny breasts just accentuated the freshness, the wholesomeness of the image.
  21. Nicky’s very high heels accentuated her tall, trim figure, with long, long legs.
  22. As he cursed himself for his misdemeanor, his craving for her pardon was accentuated.
  23. She wore a white dress circled in by a black velvet belt that accentuated her lovely.
  24. Even as her pulsations accentuated her curves, his passion found its expression in them.
  25. This sudden and sometimes severely accentuated gravity resembled the disdain of a goddess.
  26. Donna lent forward, replying in a husky, conspiratorial tone, which accentuated her accent.
  27. It was thick and accentuated her small waist, but had a loop for her flail that fit perfectly.
  28. The culprit had then appeared in all his menace, even accentuated by the effect of the strobe.
  29. He was a man of purpose, a fine talker, who underlined his smiles and accentuated his gestures.
  30. His mouth was pretty sexy as well, his full lips accentuated by the paleness of his smooth skin.
  31. Engines were running on most and exhaust was everywhere, which was accentuated because of the cold.
  32. She answered Jack's raised eyebrows with a broad smile and an extra accentuated wriggle of her hips.
  33. A downtrend is accentuated by three black days that each have consecutively lower lows (Figure 4-60).
  34. Life has its many hues, colors, springs; blossoms accentuated autumn, winter and tropical metamorphosis.
  35. The unusual white color of her hair only accentuated the already exotic beauty of her features and form.
  36. He pushed this feeling outside of himself, and accentuated it by letting the edge of his sword carry it.
  37. His pale eyes accentuated his look of a sailor and his small mustache looked like the fur of a squirrel.
  38. Grey-green eyes that gazed seriously from deep sockets, accentuated prominent cheekbones and hollow cheeks.
  39. Dark eyeliner made her eyelids prominent and a smoky eye shadow accentuated the emerald glow of her irises.
  40. Constant experience of his fellow man had not hardened him, but had rather accentuated his natural compassion.
  41. Her face was ghastly, with a pallor which was accentuated by the blood which smeared her lips and cheeks and chin.
  42. Her décolletage accentuated her generous breasts and I thought that she would not be on the sidelines much longer.
  43. She was very beautiful, and her tears and her seemingly innocent request for protection only accentuated her beauty.
  44. Once excited, he burst forth, a sort of mirth accentuated his enthusiasm, and he was at once both laughing and lyric.
  45. She had a cloud of curly dark hair which mass, with its long widow’s peak, accentuated the heart shape of her face.
  46. She did not want to display her condition in this poorly fitting black dress which accentuated rather than hid her figure.
  47. He touched the wall beyond the ring, the color of which accentuated the gates presence, giving it a surreal, psychedelic.
  48. Perhaps this hatred was accentuated by the fact that when Ivan first came to the neighborhood he had felt quite differently.
  49. She was wearing a regulation gray Federation flight suit that, if anything, accentuated instead of concealing her ample curves.
  50. The man in question wandered back in from the dining room, clean-shaven and wearing a pair of horn-rims that accentuated his hazel eyes.
  51. To those in the audience, it merely accentuated the cheap vulgarity of the play, that had no redeeming point, either literary or dramatic.
  52. The moonlit shadows accentuated her expression – a mixture of sadness and guilt that brought with it a fleeting ache he hadn’t expected.
  53. Pat is identified by another inked X, his modest height once again accentuated by the evident giant who stands in the back row behind him.
  54. My firm opinion is that the lawyers have enslaved India, have accentuated Hindu-Mohammedan dissensions and have confirmed English authority.
  55. The Faubourg Saint-Antoine, more than any other group of the population, as we stated in the beginning, accentuated this situation and made it felt.
  56. As the receivership drags on, the market decline becomes accentuated, since investors are constitutionally averse to buying into a troubled situation.
  57. Then he had a completely crazy thought, prompted by the sense of foreboding he had just felt, which was accentuated by his conversation with Warburton.
  58. In an unbuttoned white shirt, slimness accentuated by black drawstring trousers, a gold chain at his throat, he could have stepped out of the Arabian Nights.
  59. If you observe any of the boundaries in nature we use a line to express, you will notice some points are accentuated, attract the attention, more than others.
  60. The fact is that we had absolutely incompatible dispositions and habits of thought and action, and our danger and isolation only accentuated the incompatibility.
  61. One was of her face grotesquely disfigured, the nose and Chinese eyes accentuated, the hair short and flat, the mouth lascivious, looking like a man or a lesbian butch.
  62. The young girl wore light cream-colored slacks, low heels, and a high-necked, full-sleeve green blouse that accentuated her green eyes but de-emphasized her ample bosom.
  63. Not wanting it in the landscape, he has boldly made the contour of the seated female conform to a rigid straight line, accentuated still further by the flute in her hand.
  64. At the same time the feeling he had noticed between his protegee Natasha and Prince Andrew accentuated his gloom by the contrast between his own position and his friend’s.
  65. Gillenormand speaking, and who felt her conviction become irresistible at that word fillette, accentuated in almost the very same fashion by the granduncle and the grandnephew.
  66. He had all the cold, hard, cruel, terrible features of the green warriors, but accentuated and debased by the animal passions to which he had given himself over for many years.
  67. At the same time the feeling he had noticed between his protégée Natásha and Prince Andrew accentuated his gloom by the contrast between his own position and his friend’s.
  68. The interrogation mark which accentuated this "well" signified: "it seems to me that one may remain concealed here?" It was to this interrogation point that Fauchelevent responded:—.
  69. The square neckline on the masterpiece accentuated her square jawline and as subtle light peeked through the windows, Lucia could see that she had piercing green eyes and pitch-black hair.
  70. The moaning and groaning of those around him who were fighting the same battle, accentuated by the sounds of those others who were having their fill, made even a fitful sleep nearly impossible.
  71. This late surge of premium buying can also be accentuated by the volatility shorts, especially of out-of-the-money options, who cannot afford to maintain their positions due to increases in margin.
  72. Never had she felt so exactly like fifty, and she knew she must, by now, be looking perfectly ghastly, every line and hollow accentuated by weariness, and this knowledge made her feel even more deeply pessimistic.
  73. Her displeasure had of late become more accentuated than ever; she could not endure the sight of my foppish clothes, and Liza told me that she almost had a fit when she heard that I kept a coachman and a smart turn-out.
  74. As an obviously Caucasian woman alone in Cholon after dark, Ingrid attracted in turn more than a few curious stares and whispered comments, something accentuated by her demonstrated fluency in both Vietnamese and Chinese.
  75. It may be that in the business of which I am now about to write the part which my friend played is not sufficiently accentuated; and yet the whole train of circumstances is so remarkable that I cannot bring myself to omit it entirely from this series.
  76. The long, skimpy soutane accentuated the tallness of his stature; he carried his powerful torso thrown forward; and the straight, black bar of his joined eyebrows, the pugnacious outline of the bony face, the white spot of a scar on the bluish shaven cheeks (a testimonial to his apostolic zeal from a party of.
  77. When she recovered a little at length, she realized that her fist was aching and it was only then that she felt the accentuated sensation of the pearl, which she found herself gripping in her fist, and though she loosened her grip, yet she couldn’t bring herself to open the fist as her mind refused to comply.
  78. Her features, particularly her smooth and athletic legs, were accentuated by her black pin-striped business suit with a very short skirt and deeply cut black silk blouse that revealed perhaps too much chest for an older woman; however, it was common for women in their mid to late twenties, especially those as attractive as her, to be so revealing.
  79. The calamities of this stage of the retreat were accentuated by the fact that no notice had been received of the return of the army, and officials at Smolensk and elsewhere, taken by surprise, completely lost their heads when they saw these crowds of ravenous fugitives storming and plundering their stores without much advantage to themselves, but to the ruin of all who came after them.
  80. In the painting of sunlight the latter method is much the more effective, a look of great brilliancy and light being produced, whereas in the earlier method, the scale being commenced from the light end, so much of the picture was dark that the impression of light and air was lost and a dark gloomy land took its place, a gloom accentuated rather than dispelled by the streaks of lurid light where the sun struck.
  81. Some, who were gay, had in their mouths quills through which they blew vermin over the crowd, picking out the women; the dawn accentuated these lamentable profiles with the blackness of its shadows; there was not one of these creatures who was not deformed by reason of wretchedness; and the whole was so monstrous that one would have said that the sun's brilliancy had been changed into the glare of the lightning.
  82. If you regard any scene pictorially, looking at it as a whole and not letting your eye focus on individual objects wandering from one to another while being but dimly conscious of the whole, but regarding it as a beautiful ensemble; you will find that the boundaries of the masses are not hard continuous edges but play continually along their course, here melting imperceptibly into the surrounding mass, and there accentuated more sharply.
  1. The wide collar accentuates his broad shoulders.
  2. Line 9-10 accentuates this relationship with 1-2.
  3. This merely accentuates the reversal of sentiments in the market.
  4. HOW THE UPWARD FLOW OF LINES ACCENTUATES THE SHARPNESSES OF THE FEATURES.
  5. This text accentuates the tradeoff between long-term debt and common equity.
  6. In verses 22 and 23 Paul takes us on a course of revision, and by so doing, he accentuates.
  7. In verses 5 and 6 Paul accentuates this doctrine by way of repetition further pointing out that.
  8. The face of the male Thenardier presented that expressive fold which accentuates the human countenance whenever the.
  9. Outside the window, I can hear the sound of rain beating against the glass … it sounds horrible but accentuates the cosiness in here.
  10. This is crazy! Where is this Italian voice coming from and why is he insisting that I pose? Where is the camera? Hidden inside of the vent? And that's when the Italian voice accentuates the number 22.
  11. Finally, the tendency of negative findings (that a tested-for effect does not exist) to go unpublished accentuates the impact of data mining:• We should recognize the reality that any simulated (backtest) performance presented to us likely overstates future prospects.

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