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lightness

The whiteness of a painted surface as measured by the amount of light reflected from it.
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He felt as if powers till then confined within him had been liberated, and that strange lightness did not again leave him.
I was left alone with this new feeling of lightness and content.
Otherwise, his head was perfectly clear, and his body refreshed; he was free from the slightest headache; on the contrary, he felt a certain degree of lightness, a faculty for absorbing the pure air, and enjoying the bright sunshine more vividly than ever.
Sculptor Nap Limaten's exhibit, 'The Lightness of Being,' pays tribute to the female form, evoking its grace and dynamic beauty in material and style that combine solidity and dynamism.
Art Gallery Lightness and Elegance, which will be addressed by the Ambassador of Lebanon in Cyprus Claude El Hajal.
The lightness of the new Lo Scienziato is truly remarkable, particularly considering its wealth of features: hours, minutes, small seconds, GMT with am/pm indication, a power reserve of six days with indication of the power remaining on the back, and a tourbillon escapement.
ONE of the most influential racing car designers said his aim at the drawing board was to 'add lightness'.
ONE of the most influential racing car designers ever said his aim at the drawing board was to 'add lightness.'.
For the city dweller always seeking unexpected adventures, there is a new Montblanc collection that pairs clean sartorial elegance with exceptional lightness. An extension of the classic Montblanc Sartorial Collection, Montblanc Sartorial Jet combines Saffiano printed leather with nylon, making a light-weight companion for anyone looking to keep pace with the intense rhythm of contemporary city life.
In histogram equalization technique, it is the R(r) which denote probability density function (pdf) of the lightness levels in a given image, where the subscript is use for differentiating between the PDFs of the input and output images.
Singer-songwriters Don White and Christine Lavin are an eminently natural pairing: Both have a lightness about their music that's capable of being both funny and smart.
"Despite an apparent simplicity and lightness," he adds, "they are extremely complex to produce." The lamp's plywood ribs are laser-cut from gaboon mahogany, then painstakingly hand-glued and wrapped in polyurethane film to produce a translucent, otherworldly glow from the LED bulb contained inside.