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“A gene called Diaphanous (or Dia) has just been uncovered as a major regulator during embryo formation.”
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“Diaphanous drapes covered floor-to-ceiling windows; on warmer days they would be pulled back, the windows thrown open, and a handful of tables set upon the small bluestone patio next to the entrance.”
“Diaphanous, that word conjures quite a mental image!”
“Diaphanous material swirled around her lithesome form and her fur gleamed like brass in the midday sun.”
“Diaphanous silk covered her ivory lushness, but concealed nothing.”
“Diaphanous material was sometimes used for part of the covering of the upper part of the body, as in the case of some of the figures from the Knossos frescoes.”
“Diaphanous mists seem to have caught the sky color; and even the great red storehouses take a faint blue tint as they recede.”
“Diaphanous streaks of color are scored and infused into the wood, which opens up like a geometric suitcase that offers a private, spectacular glimpse of the otherworldly.”
“Diaphanous, nor that they differ in Divers other Particulars; If we consider those things, I say, we shall hardly think that both these”
The Sceptical Chymist or Chymico-Physical Doubts & Paradoxes, Touching the Spagyrist's Principles Commonly call'd Hypostatical; As they are wont to be Propos'd and Defended by the Generality of Alchymists. Whereunto is præmis'd Part of another Discourse relating to the same Subject.
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Lex`i*phan"i*cism\ (-i^*si^z'm), n. The use of pretentious words, language, or style.
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