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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of gradate.


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  • It had a gradated sense of depth, as opposed to Alice, which had a paper cutout feel to it.

    3-D Backlash Begins » DVDs Worth Watching

  • PRO POTENTIAL: There are no potentially high draft choices coming out of West Virginia this season, as the team gradated very few players off its starting units.

    West Virginia - Team Notes

  • The second has a more gradated hue to it - lighter on one side then the other.

    The Weight of Jade

  • This chart is hand-painted in oil, using dots of pigment over a high-key gradated Yurmby wheel.

    Charting Pigments

  • We could make a point of talking about race bias and stereotyping in a more gradated way.

    Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist?

  • These in turn led, after she was back in New York, to the monochromatic or gradated black and gray sculptures with more wound string, wrapped forms, and such nonart materials as net bags, rubber tubing, and dangling cords.

    Eva Hesse.

  • Elsewhere, the large-scale painting of a girl-child is installed as a kind of altarpiece, (the above, clearly, is not an installation shot) with a wooden railing surround and shag carpet designed to suggest gradated steps into the shrine ...

    Peter Clothier: Art Walk, L.A.

  • Oh so pretty - the hearts in gradated hues reminds me of the cover of the current Martha Stewart Living!

    Creative DIY valentines

  • My friend just gradated from college in the Netherlands, and I think the story from this post perfectly compliments the photos I saw of her ceremony.


  • Debster and Roberto, I believe Lyon second from top has the secret: those diamonds are really gradated from dark at the top to light at the bottom.

    Shady Diamond Illusion


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