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- n. the quality of being translucent
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The property of being translucent.
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- n. the quality of allowing light to pass diffusely
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And "translucency" expresses so well the lighting in my "spiritual environment" at the moment.
The GLZ family offers a selection of 34, 24, or 12 megabytes of VRAM. 24 megabytes of VRAM supports resolutions up to 1,600 x 1,280 with 16.8 million colors (true color). 12 megabytes of VRAM suppots true color at a maximum resolution of 1,152 x 854. 34 megabytes of VRAM supports a 32-bit Z buffer, double-buffered true color, and display capabilities such as translucency and overlay at resolutions up to 1,600 x 1,280.
From what I've seen I'd say that enterprises have achieved the opposite kind of translucency with their identity management programs.
First-trimester trisomy screening: nuchal translucency measurement training and quality assurance to correct and unify technique.
I teased him by asking if he, personally, despite his hard duties as CEO, had approved tiny details like the translucency of the glass and the color of the wood.
J.M.W. Turner's "The Blue Rigi, Sunrise," painted in 1842, looks across Lake Lucerne in Switzerland, where the mountain becomes a conduit for reflecting light and color, showing watercolor's prized purity and translucency.
This isn't the transparency I expected, it's more like translucency.
I saw some beautiful encaustic paintings in a gallery, and the translucency and depth of the medium was very attractive.
Writers writing with different purposes, two different, separate men, but both with gifts from God that lend to their writing the translucency of all great works, a translucency through which shines the only real glory saturating sight.
Broad layers of pale colour have been washed in to create an ethereal translucency impossible to imagine in dense, sticky oil.