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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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Language questionnaire analyses revealed that these cohorts were quite similar in terms of dual home language usage by parents, siblings, and grandparents as well as high self-ratings of language adeptness and positive attitudes towards both their languages, illustrating the importance of examining the nature and quality of all aspects of language socialization, and the futility of reducing language learning to quantitative amounts of prescribed teaching.
Tom Feelings began the picture-book phase of his career by illustrating the works of Muriel Feelings, stories such as Jambo Means Hello (1974) and Moja Means One (1971).
While illustrating children's books has been something Fraser has ``always wanted to do,'' she also believes her work encourages youngsters to read.
Williams served in London during World War II, and began illustrating books after the war.
The system that generates employer and employee reports illustrating the financial impact of selecting various options in tax qualified salary reduction pension plans such as 401(k), 403(b) and 457 plans.
CLARiiON also will support the Fibre Channel Loop Community (FCLC) in illustrating the advancements made in storing broadcast audio and video data.
Diagramming and illustrating the root problems at the center of these high-profile events in a clear and concise manner was a challenge for business consultant and author, Bill Dettmer.