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OBSCURE

"A Formal Description of the Specification Language OBSCURE", J. Loeckx, TR A85/15, U Saarlandes, Saarbrucken, 1985.
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Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl powerfully argued in a January edition of the Canadian Jewish News that, by so exposing and emphasizing the physical workings of the human body, Body Worlds in fact obscures the sacred.
When Elbaum glosses over this he obscures the real origins of the New Communists.
This simplification obscures numerous inalienable links between time and the events that unfold in it--links that bind us with the realm of quality and point to the true nature of things as they really are.
In Part 7 (pair), a Rorschach-like ambiguity in twenty-three-carat gold leaf, looking something like a detached human jawbone, hovers above another gory splash that again obscures the head of a nude male cadaver.
Bottom line, we live in a boundary-less universe where the intermingling of high/low art elements often obscures universal truth with transient fancy.
I observe that increasingly calendars are printed in a way that obscures the pattern of the week that Jews and Christians cherish, that is, from the first day (the Christian Lord's Day) to the seventh (the Jewish Sabbath), preferring to start on Monday with the five working days and finish with the weekend.
The very precise concern with details of punishment (with a fear of a return to punishment as public spectacle in the US), somewhat obscures more general and interesting issues about medieval and renaissance "spectacle," and a reading of depictions of the Passion that may frustrate the art and church historians, but attract some medics, while an interesting contribution to the history of punishment really requires more depth in chronicles or court records to satisfy social historians.
She said the acoustical drop ceiling, added in the 1970s, that obscures the top of the mural will be removed.
But it completely obscures what is actually going on in the culture.
In this and other media-driven discussions, we are in the grip of an ideology of "objectivity" as the mark of all virtue, which obscures the larger issue of what is being sold to us, ideologically, when we buy any of the messages of consumer culture.
Port80 Software will bundle the Ally ip100(TM) and Ally IP1000(TM) appliances, which mask TCP/IP network signatures from detection, with the company's leading ServerMask software, a Microsoft IIS Web server module that obscures the identity of a Windows Web server from potential hackers at the HTTP level.
It's been difficult to observe the nebula in its entirety because dust obscures clumps of Tarantula's youngest stars.