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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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illuminate Hollywood is a full-service post-production and production solutions company that has been an active part of the film and television industry for over 22 years.
All employees in Illuminate Labs are being offered a new position within Autodesk.
Following this acquisition Autodesk plans to develop and sell Illuminate Labs' technology.
ILLUMINATE was developed by MetaJure in response to requests from lawyers, their IT staff and consultants for an affordable DMS supplement that would allow them to access documents and email that either aren't making it into their traditional DMS or are locked in hard-to-get-to legacy repositories, discovery files and proprietary systems.
Mark Beeston, Managing Partner and Founder of Illuminate Financial Management said, We are delighted to announce the first close of the Illuminate Fintech Opportunities Fund.
Not all the twelve essays collected in this volume focus on Milton's evolving notions of political liberty or explicitly examine "the terms of liberty" in the seventeenth century; however, those that do in their various ways, illuminate the topic with fresh attention to historical, political, and classical contexts.
In an installation in 1986, a luminous beam was projected to illuminate architectural details in a space where the light emanated from cases and was diffused throughout the room.
8220;We are having an open-house now, and all homeowners are invited to come and find out how we can illuminate their lives,” said the Teiber Lighting spokesperson.