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sharp

1. Music
a. denoting a note that has been raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone
b. (of an instrument, voice, etc.) out of tune by being or tending to be too high in pitch
2. Music
a. an accidental that raises the pitch of the following note by one chromatic semitone.
b. a note affected by this accidental
3. any medical instrument with sharp point or edge, esp a hypodermic needle

Sharp

Cecil (James). 1859--1924, British musician, best known for collecting, editing, and publishing English folk songs

sharp

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The Look Sharp campaign pack is available for free to the first 50 companies who order it.
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While it's true that "how you feel inside is the most important thing," says Ma'at, Bell sums it up best: "Always look sharp, because you never know whom you'll meet.
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Produced by Project Look Sharp, a media literacy initiative at Ithaca College, the kit includes over 140 historic media documents -- ranging from bumper stickers and political cartoons to recordings of old-time campaign songs and video clips from televised debates -- from 26 presidential elections.
The gmZX1 is also well suited for feature-rich projection systems, video workstations, home theater and large-screen TV gear, plus other high-end video systems -- equipment that requires graphics and video to look sharp without the visual artifacts that are produced by inferior processing technologies.