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  • A photographer alert to this vocabulary of poses can capture meanings observable only afterward in the art of a well-resolved image.

    Helen Levitt, No-Nonsense New Yorker

  • In Perfect Blue, Satoshi Kon creates a multi-layered yet well-resolved mystery, keeping a firm grasp on the humanity of the characters even while regularly turning the story and its internal logic on its head.

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  • In Perfect Blue, Satoshi Kon creates a multi-layered yet well-resolved mystery, keeping a firm grasp on the humanity of the characters even while regularly turning the story and its internal logic on its head.

    Dust Forms Words 100 Must-See Movies: 21 to 30

  • Finally this year, the first well-resolved structures of self-splicing introns were solved.

    Exploring the New RNA World

  • So I think that the anticipation people had was fairly well-resolved in the first set of questions that Specter did.

    CNN Transcript Jan 15, 2006

  • Molecular Biology and Biophysics, Professor Robert Schwyzer, the observation of unexpectedly well-resolved and longlived NMR lines of amide protons in the small protein basic pancreatic trypsin inhibitor (BPTI), and the discovery of "ring flips" in BPTI.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • One curious technological device enabled Dracula to produce simulations of striking effect: when a good camera dad taken a well-resolved photograph of hilly terrain, or even slightly bumpy land, a computer could look at that photograph and imagine how another camera might have photographed the identical scene if it had been stereoscopically placed in relation to the first.

    Space

  • His death confirmed the opinion of Sir Thomas Browne, who declared, "Marshaling all the horrors of death, and contemplating the extremities thereof, I find not anything therein able to daunt the _courage_ of a _man_, much less a _well-resolved Christian_."

    Oration on the Life and Character of Henry Winter Davis

  • Not that I am insensible of the horror thereof, or, by raking into the bowels of the deceased and continual sight of anatomies, I have forgot the apprehension of mortality; but that, marshalling all the horrors, I find not anything therein able to daunt the courage of a man, much less a well-resolved Christian.

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 13 — Religion and Philosophy

  • This gave her a handle to take hold of him by; and having had an ancient acquaintance with him, and he having always had a high opinion of and respect for her, she, who was a woman of great wisdom, of ready speech, and of a well-resolved spirit, did press so close upon him with this home argument, that he was utterly at a loss how to defend himself.

    The History of Thomas Ellwood Written by Himself

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