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drawings

The portion of the contract documents showing in graphic or pictorial form the design, location, and dimensions of the elements of a project; usually include plans, elevations, details, and schedules, as well as graphical and pictorial portions of the contract documents.
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There is also the density of prizes and exhibitions of both Old Master and contemporary drawings, focusing attention on the wealth of practice and scholarship in the field.
The exhibit title, Levitt said, was chosen because he liked the sound, but he says his drawings are ``a lot more complicated than doodles.
The flow and system drawing comprises the full set of graphic symbols, including arrows, lines, dots, hatching and dashes, making up a language for the diagraming of architecture.
So far, about 3,000 drawings are in Insight; another 60,000 are in the queue.
The sisters have been drawing since they were very young (2-4 years old
Accurate scale measurement: important because duplication, printing from electronic drawings, magnifying and printing from microfilm, and printing from scanned images can easily distort graphical dimensions and relationships
The footnotes are a mine of information, and in them Rosand replays (and continues) some of the hotter connoisseurial questions of recent decades: his and Peter Dreyer's debate over Titian's drawings, for example, or the challenges to Michelangelo's oeuvre made by Alexander Perrig and others.
We build on the work of Weber & Mitchell (1995) and others by using preservice teachers' drawings of themselves in relation to their teaching practice to better understand how they perceive the role of teacher.
This feature allows users to enhance a familiar 2D drawing by combing the 2D drawing annotations with the benefits of a 3D solid model.
The actual computer scanner is worth $20,000, and it scans drawings at least three to four times faster than re-drawing them (by hand).
Previously, all members of a project team had to make 'redline' changes on hardcopy drawings often causing costly errors and delays.
Allegory is an accurate term here, and in the staid, archetypal genre of the "courtroom drama," the drawings are made to work like totems of innocence and guilt, good and evil, celebrity and disgrace.