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Illustrator

A person who makes graphic designs or images. An illustrator's creation may be in a book, magazine, advertisement or in any number of other media. An illustrator is usually distinguished from a photographer. They are important in marketing, as images may affect purchasing habits.
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Presented below, we offer one example for data collected on the Atlanta Hawk's 2002-03 season that illustrates our challenge using 'real data'.
A wealth of iconography illustrates Louis XIII's enjoyment of pageantry; Cardinal Richelieu's support of dance and drama; the popularity of commedia dell'arte figures and its bizarre, grotesque Italian players; Louis XIV's roles as Autumn, the Sun King, and Apollo; and the popular entertainment of the horse ballets.
Figure 4 illustrates the eutectic-type alloy, the most forgiving of the three.
Allowing for Feelings's own romanticization of his life, this story illustrates an early sense of commitment to his heritage.
The Armed Robotic Demonstrator provides an immediate system to illustrate advanced robotic technologies, and provide engineers a hands-on prototype to assist in their design efforts.
Along the way Bolster illustrates with striking detail the feel of the shipboard experience, taking the reader from discussion of "rigging made slack by the oceans ceaseless swells," to the "hoarse" cry of shipmates calling out the watches, to men with "furrowed, leathery faces that came with years before the mast.
For Piaget, such learned behavior illustrates the synchronous advancement of cognitive development and language development, whereby children consider the social norms and the perspective of others in their own thinking and speech, i.
The pattern, tooling and equipment category illustrates a few of the many variables influencing dimensional stability and repeatability.
95) reveals one of America's greatest battlefield tacticians and illustrates Morgan's vital contributions to the two American victories: Saratoga in 1777 and Cowpens in 1781.
Faith Ringgold's glorious art illustrates the words to five of our most beloved Christmas carols.
Figure 3 illustrates the patient out-of pocket cost shares for Lipitor at Tufts Health Plan in October 2004.