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“Pros - "Transparent" - easy to understand and recount, and can be made private.”
“New Observations Concerning the Colours of Thin Transparent Bodies Shewing ...”
“We are beginning the next CD, it's called Transparent Heart, which is a proto-technological aural narrative of Manhattan as it descends into an urban paranoid police state using a post-electronica template and applying an 'out for blood' attitude of the next generation of jazz musicians into a sound that is beyond description and is performed at the most intense level imaginable.”
“In three hours: Visit the futuristic building known as the Transparent Factory, a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant built by Volkswagen for its Phaeton cars, part factory, part tourist attraction.”
“CNN's Don Lemon has penned a memoir titled Transparent that will come out in September.”
“But Cisco competitors are opting for an emerging IETF standard called Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links (TRILL) to achieve scale for unified data center fabrics.”
“One day, quite spontaneously, I tried writing a short piece of fiction myself as a way to make sense of a piece of theory I was reading, something by Dorrit Cohn called Transparent Minds.”
“He's also the author of a memoir called "Transparent.”
“SQL Server 2008 introduced a security feature known as Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), which performs encryption, and decryption, of the data and log files during read\write operations.”
“Transparent" is an adjective no one can honestly apply to the House bill with its complex trading system, allowance allocations, exemptions and other machinery.”
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