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The faceted drill (Table 1, f) has multiple layers of graininess like all previous drill bits (the advantages of this technique have been already described above) with faceted inner and outer perimeter instead the ring form.
The mapping [mu] : T [right arrow] [0, [infinity]) defined by [mu](t) := [sigma](t) - t is called the graininess of T.
Sensory graininess was highly correlated with particle size-related parameters.
Matthew Jensen's bright, restless lensing opts only for exaggerated graininess during a grimy lads' weekend in Hamburg; Clint Mansell's typically ambient scoring often cedes the spotlight to knowingly tacky pop selections.
Audacious, complex, and unflinching, Kushner's "prose has a poise and wariness and moral graininess that puts you in mind of weary-souled visionaries like Robert Stone and Joan Didion" (New York Times).
The meringue will finally get a sharp pointed stiff peak, when it holds its shape on the spoon and is glossy in appearance with no graininess.
The software smart-lab analyzes all data measured with the BYK-mac, including six-angle color, sparkle, and graininess. The measurements are taken in an online mode and can be instantly displayed after measurement or retrieved from the linked database (sdf-format for efficient data analysis of large data sets).
"The oak choice was made quite quickly -- we looked at a range of floors, but we have done a number of projects with white oak, and in this case we liked the product because of its matt and dull finish -- the graininess and rawness were also what we wanted to showcase."
An analysis of data on 107 patients undergoing heart scans found that radiation exposure was reduced by as much as 95 percent compared to the range of current machines, while the resulting images showed less blurriness, reduced graininess, and greater visibility of fine details.
The collaboration resulted in a portable device that does multi-angle color and texture characterization, color measurement, and evaluation of visual sparkle and graininess. All three companies benefited by acquiring new skills for reducing design and production costs, slashing time to market, and boosting sales.
Running a photograph through an Instagram filter often results in graininess, as it often removes some data from the image in order to give a blurred look, uses a "sharpen" tool that downgrades the image quality, or otherwise changes it in a way that leaves it less crisp than the original.
In the quilts, the monotone colour and the graininess of the images from the silk screen process depersonalise the images so that the viewer looks at each image as a universal symbol instead of a particular object, person or thing.