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Art

Any visual, creative material. Examples of art include drawings, videos and computer graphics. Art may be bought and sold as an asset (indeed, famous art such as the Mona Lisa is worth many millions of dollars), but it is also used in marketing to help a product appeal to buyers.
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Filled by Schomburg's mendacious stories with the vision that the reclusive Heyst (in fact, a failure) hides on his island amidst a miserly cumulus of lucre, Ricardo imprecates the man's supposed "dirty tame artfulness.
But it is the slave's creative imagination, his artfulness, that explodes Jefferson's racial thesis: the yellow slave's "map" is an original "text," not a copy or imitation of one that already exists, with "precise" notes in the margins, and is an artistic reflection of the mapmaker's unique gothic style--"odd-shaped barns and crooked trees with faces in their trunks .
There is deep and deliberate artfulness in the combination of musical modes employed in this work.
Often, the determination of an award of benefits pivots on the artfulness of the attorney asking a physician questions, and the medical responses.
David Greig, in his introduction to her plays, observes that "to read her plays, for all their pain, as raw, is to overlook the complex artfulness of their construction" (Kane, 2001: xv).
Feingold has many strengths as an historian, not the least of which is his artfulness in constructing a well-paced, lucid narrative.
It was inventive--though sometimes distracting when its artfulness called attention to itself rather than the work at hand--and succeeded in providing the promised contemporary visual framework for an early 18th-century work performed as written and on period instruments.
The requirements and artfulness of the political game are now taking precedence, at the expense of the focus on the necessary political framework of US strategy towards the rest of the world.
The issue is not the typical correlation across measurement errors in survey responses resolved by artfulness in selecting an appropriate econometric instrumental variable.
From the delights he serves here, it's obvious that from the cradle he was steeped in the culinary ethos that demands nothing less than the finest ingredients cooked with a clairvoyant's timing and sauced with an artfulness that verges on the alchemical.
Now, at Aldermanbury Square, Parry has demonstrated a relationship of corporate building to historic place with even greater artfulness in a building hard up against the fleshy bondage decor of Farrell's Alban Gate, and which connects Wood Street and Aldermanbury Square to the upper level of the Barbican High Walk.
Research is guided by principles that place self, relationship, and artfulness central in the research process" (2001, pp.