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accentuation

[ak‚sen·chə′wā·shən]
(electronics)
The enhancement of signal amplitudes in selected frequency bands with respect to other signals.
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The high-waist of Empire style gowns accentuates your upper-half and gives the illusion of longer legs.
It will give you a longer, more flattering line whereas contrasting colours accentuate areas you may want to disguise.
In 2012 I gave Fiona a share certificate for Christmas which was a percentage of Accentuate Games and I said to her 'this will either be the cheapest Christmas present I've ever given you, or the most expensive'
Variations of the Shell can increase its value exponentially, allowing you to accentuate the key elements of man defense that you might otherwise be unable to work on.
Army base planted an urban forest of species such as eucalyptus and Monterey cypress on ridges and sand dunes; a report by a landscape engineer said the trees would "indirectly accentuate the idea of the power of government," according to an article in the New York Times.
As such, preparations for rillettes and larding and barding, teach us Old World techniques, which accentuate the relevance of fat.
A container of water can be added to the oven to accentuate the high humidity.
At RNL Design, the project team wrestled with concepts that would best accentuate the core building, the Mount Saint Gertrude Academy, constructed more than a century ago.
Why do such folks feel a need to always accentuate the negative, often to the exclusion of any positive developments?
As IF TO COMPENSATE for the loss of political power, the popes of the late 19th and early 20th centuries began to accentuate their spiritual authority.
ACC Staffing today officially announced its new name, Accentuate Staffing, accompanied by a new tagline, The Power of Positive.
Accentuate was launched earlier this year by Graeme and Fiona Fraser-Bell and is based on players repeating a given quotation aloud in a randomly selected accent to see if teammates can guess what it is.