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illuminating

[ə′lü·mə‚nād·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
The hand decoration of books, as done in medieval times, with drawings and miniature paintings, or with embellishments, usually in red, blue, and gold, added to initial letters and borders.
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Our ILLUMINATE events will provide IT professionals with much needed guidance on the future of information lifecycle management for the enterprise and will serve as an open forum to discuss actionable strategies that can help companies improve their IT performance and ROI into the future.
We look forward to collaborating with Illuminate to advise investee companies as they refine their business models and define their go-to-market approach.
Radcliff's carefully structured analysis of place and process in Gijon illuminates the ways in which powerful upheavals took shape in smaller yet nonetheless important cities.
Illuminate Labs' lighting technology and workflow tailored to game development are some of the most advanced in the industry.
Illuminate will present courageous, forward-thinking individuals for enlightening lectures and discussions on a variety of topics that celebrate the ingenuity of the human spirit, and our common ability to spark positive change in the world.
We selected Illuminate after an exhaustive evaluation," said Dr.
CeeLite illuminates the unexpected and creates new markets where lighting was previously impossible in addition to replacing traditional backlit applications.
We knew we wanted Illuminate the moment we first saw its capabilities," said Dr.
School districts want solutions that tie all their data together, and by embedding Jaspersoft BI into our applications, Illuminate is able to provide this service," says Mark Walls, Chief Operating Officer for Illuminate.
As a company of educators who are also technology experts, Lane and the team at Illuminate Education look at things differently than a technology company might," said Mike Oswalt, Assistant Superintendent of Regional Technology Services at Calhoun ISD.
In this volume, she considers the autobiographical adoption narrative as a genre of self-making that illuminates two distinctive eras: the 1945-1970 period, when secrecy was at its height, and the post-1970 period of vigorous critique and reform.
The TriPower Tactical Sight has a red chevron-shaped reticle that illuminates by using three lighting sources, an integrated fiber-optic system, a tritium-illuminated reticle and an on-call battery backup.