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Illustration

A graphic design or image. An illustration may be in a book, magazine, advertisement or in any number of other media. An illustration is usually distinguished from a photograph. They frequently are used in marketing, as images may affect purchasing decisions.
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Illustrations 13-16 present situations in which a member is considering whether to rely on an attorney's opinion in applying the realistic possibility standard to a client's proposed transaction.
Part II covers Illustrations 8-20 of the Interpretation, reviews some significant tax shelter cases and provides recommendations.
Part II, below, will discuss the remaining illustrations and some leading case law in this area and provide general recommendations.
With its market-leading IsoDraw family of products, ITEDO delivers comprehensive software solutions for creating and maintaining technical illustrations.
ITEDO's IsoDraw[R] and related products IsoView[R] and IsoCompose[R] are special-purpose technical illustration solutions, optimized for the process of creating isometric technical illustrations for manufacturing, marketing, customer service, and support documentation.
Today, the creation of technical illustrations is mainly a manual process that involves redrawing graphics from scratch," said Dieter WeidenbrE-ck, founder and chief executive officer of ITEDO.
We have commissioned several hundred illustrations and the body of work coming out of the program has been consistently excellent.
The University of California Extension, Santa Cruz today announced it is accepting applications for the graduate level Certificate Program in Science Illustration.
One of the most prestigious programs of its kind, the Science Illustration Certificate at Santa Cruz is designed for artists who wish to apply their skills to scientific illustration, as well as scientists who wish to improve their visual communication skills.
When the Illustration Module is used with Deep Server, technical illustrations can be linked back to the server so that changes to the original CAD models are automatically reflected in the illustrations.
The Right Hemisphere Illustration Module is used in conjunction with the company's Deep Server(TM) or Deep Exploration(TM) software.
Right Hemisphere is keenly focused on repurposing CAD data because it's clear that the workflow from CAD to technical illustration is broken," said Mark Thomas, president and founder, Right Hemisphere.