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“Beck as the exhibit demonstrates was also a keen collector of outdoor photography, including work by his American contemporary William Henry Jackson and, most impressively, by Vittorio Sella, a younger Italian climber-photographer whose large-format work has rarely been equaled by anyone in the medium.”
“In three hundred large-format pages, 60 million Frenchmen merit a single paragraph, while the fifty thousand Vlachs of the Balkans and the fifty thousand Faroe Islanders of Denmark receive careful dissection over many pages.4 And why not?”
“The exhibition begins with three large-format pictures from his "Luxury" series, including "Clare College May Ball, Cambridge 2005," which shows a buff rug on which are some hands, legs, shoes and seven glasses containing oddly colored drinks.”
“Produced on large-format printers, drawings can even be made to look like hand-drawn sketches.”
“The Que is a large-format reader with a monochrome E Ink display.”
“Not only are there all those thousands of selections currently on the list, but another 350 or so wines and some large-format bottles remain unlisted for one reason or another, according to Mr. Vogt.”
“Carphone announced its joint venture with Best Buy Co. to great fanfare in July 2008, with plans for up to 200 large-format "big box" stores across Europe by 2013 under the Best Buy name.”
“At the top of my list: clarinetist Don Byron's New Gospel Quintet, Steve Coleman's Five Elements, emerging vocalist Gregory Porter, and a new large-format collaboration between saxophonist J.D.”
“IMAX owns motion-picture, sound and camera technologies to adapt studio films to show in its own large-format theaters as well as others, often in 3-D.”
“She said Dick's Sporting Goods Inc.'s Golf Galaxy unit is believed to be eyeing Canada, and that this could be a prelude to a larger Canadian expansion that includes Dick's large-format sporting-goods stores.”
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