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1 What time do the illuminations go on tonight?
2 It was perfect, like the letter-high illuminations in a medieval manuscript.
3 Among Clark's more important illuminations are his thoughts on Lewis' mysterious death.
4 The 1925 Illuminations attracted an additional million passengers to the Promenade trams, bringing an extra revenue of ￡7,(www.Sentencedict.com)360.
5 VENICE. The Venice Biennale organisers today revealed the three Tintoretto masterpieces that will be included in this year's exhibition "ILLUMInations".
6 Illuminations will also be cut at Kong's Victoria Harbour, Baoding, Dalian, Nanjing and several technical universities.
7 Read Benjamin's Illuminations , the 1968 edition, with an introduction by Hannah Arendt .
8 What time do the illuminations go in tonight?
9 Prince Edward threw the switch to light the illuminations.
10 We are going to town to see the illuminations.
11 The Chinese lantern is the earliest portable illuminations in the world, which is originated from the period of Han Dynasty more than 1800 years ago.
12 The current exhibition includes one hundred paintings, drawings, prints, books and manuscript illuminations.
13 Traditional color constancy algorithms can only handle the images which intensities are linear with the scene reflected illuminations.
14 Color constancy refers to the invariability of color perception of the same surface under different illuminations.
15 They will celebrate it with thanksgiving , with festivity , with bonfires, and illuminations.
16 It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations , from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forevermore.
17 Combining the spatial lateral inhibition network, the model reduced the influence of the variation in background illuminations on the boundary detection.
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