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vignette

1. a short graceful literary essay or sketch
2. a photograph, drawing, etc., with edges that are shaded off
3. Architect a carved ornamentation that has a design based upon tendrils, leaves, etc.

vignette

1. A drawing that is shaded off gradually into the surrounding background so as to leave no definite line at the border.
See also: Design drawing
2.
A French design for an iron balconet, used as a protection at window openings.

vignette

[vin′yet]
(graphic arts)
To lighten the edges of a photograph or a halftone illustration so it gradually disappears into the surrounding white of the paper, leaving no sharp edge.

vinette, trayle, vignette

vinette
An ornament of running vine scrolls with grape clusters and leafwork.
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Thus, participants may rely on the induced emotion when assessing the acceptability of the act described in the vignette, in a manner congruent with the valence of the emotion (i.e., less acceptable for negative emotions such as disgust).
The process of developing vignette stories for the study began in October 2005, and lasted through January 2006.
Vignette also has a two-year-old Dynaformer colt called Flying Officer, a yearling colt by Giant's Causeway and visited Giant's Causeway again this year.
This familiarity, once obtained, allows the researcher to incorporate, into the subsequent writing and presentation of the vignette, specialized information, terminology and other salient aspects about a particular setting that would resonate with human subjects targeted for an SBRP experiment (Frederickson 1986; Wason et al.
Another finding showed that participants scoring low in TA and perfectionism did not significantly differentiate between two procrastination vignettes: vignette 2 (Socially prescribed perfectionism and anxiety) and vignette 3 (Poor organizational skills) because they have the same explanatory meaning.
Table 1: Identifying the problem: "what if anything is the problem in the case in the vignette?"
Creee pour la premiere fois par le gouvernement Guy Mollet en 1956, la vignette a ete instauree en France pour financer des differents projets sociaux, avant d'etre supprimee en 2001 pour les particuliers.
Third, the lack of differential results based on negative or positive outcome could be based on the experimental design, as only the last few seconds of the vignette involved different outcomes.
At times it changes slightly to fit the differing themes of the vignette. In one vignette, her art takes on a darker, more abstract appearance in a story dealing with love as interpreted through First Nations' folk culture.
A pilot study was conducted where participants (college students) judged (a) whether the protagonist in each vignette was lying or telling the truth, and (b) the extent to which each vignette was police-relevant.
Nina Santamaria of Grupo Santamaria designed the dining room; Misty Floro and Pai Edles of Morfosis for the living room vignette; Iriss Mangio of ILM Interiors for the home office space; Angelo Siochi for the bedroom; and renowned pastry chef Miko Aspiras, in partnership with a local designer, for the kitchen space.