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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'.
From a father's visit to his son on death row to a boy's acceptance of his two mothers, these tales illustrate the range and complexity of today's families.
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.
Alan Forrest explores the limits of popular support as he highlights Napoleonic expectations of local notables to work for the regime, in particular to enforce conscription, taxation, and military order, and illustrates that these were the very issues that divided imperial society.
But the analysis is still useful because it illustrates that with the current capacity constraints no other product mix will yield as much income.
The photographs that illustrate the book make this story of extraordinary courage and determination come even more alive.
The account of the friendship of Maritain and Saul Alinsky (373-75) adds texture and insight to one chapter, and the description of Adenauer's heroic personal resistance to the Nazis (466-70) illustrates much about the wider struggle against oppression.
Feelings decided to illustrate children's books because he felt children needed "books - lots of them, in their hands, books with positive Black images" (Black Pilgrimage 42).
The purpose of the contract is the provision of videos that illustrate the findings and results of the
Vignettes invariably have plot lines that illustrate the subtleties of the process theories, dynamic engines of the content theories, as well as the dichotomous nature of Herzberg.
Here her detailed observations and commentary read and reread Shakespeare's figurative language from multiple perspectives, which illustrate her postmodern celebration of the undying ambiguity of figural interpretation.
With a focus on procedures for solving problems, rather than detailed explanations, the reader can whiz through chapters that illustrate derivatives, minimum-maximum problems, the chain rule, and logarithmic differentiation, among other facets of calculus.