“From a before-and-after photo display, we gathered that many of its treasures had been given over to budget-class plate glass and steel facades and additions during the second half of the twentieth century.”
“Clicking on an update brings you to a side-by-side before-and-after comparison, highlighting what has been removed from the policy and what has been added.”
“Or, in the case of those who sent Beachbody their before-and-after-P90X photos, the formerly obese.”
“I wish I had more fiction from before my work in journalism to compare before-and-after, but I don't.”
“For some, it's still a work in progress, but the before-and-after photos are inspiring.”
“The first is that the effectiveness of aid is often not evaluated at all; the second is that even when aid is evaluated, the methods are often dubious, such as before-and-after analysis that doesn't take into account variables that have nothing to do with the aid itself.”
“His advice to patients: "Ask for the evidence—and not just before-and-after pictures.”
“In order to have a before-and-after record, a series of high-resolution images were taken using a Sony camera outfitted with a Carl Zeiss lens, the kind favored by plastic surgeons because it does not alter skin tone.”
“We chose a case that had taken place several years earlier but that we could document through before-and-after photographs and a filmed interview with the subject.”
“Wow, that before-and-after picture of Mark McGwire is stunning.”
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