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Sentence count:257+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-20Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: transparenttransporttransposetransportabletransportationactive transportintransigencecurrencyMeaning: [træns'pərənsɪ /-'pær-]  n. 1. permitting the free passage of electromagnetic radiation 2. the quality of being clear and transparent 3. picture consisting of a positive photograph or drawing on a transparent base; viewed with a projector. 
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1, Cataracts is a condition that affects the transparency of the lenses.
2, They were shocked by the transparency of his lies.
3, The old-fashioned type of plastic lacked transparency.
4, The maintenance of transparency requires energy.
5, There's just no interest in transparency.
6, In their view, the lack of transparency in the system is ample justification for any accusation or rumour, however far-fetched.
7, The transparency measures, also within the normal range, were similarly unremarkable.
8, They provide superb transparency and accuracy and must be judged excellent value for money.
9, The partial transparency of the rock allows focussing up and down to assess grain packing.
10, Transparency of design to blend with the existing landscape is encouraged.
11, Transparency is accomplished using middleware that facilitates a distributed computing environment.
12, Transparency is essential for dealing with higher-level issues than physical media and interconnection that the underlying network infrastructure is in charge of.
13, It is similar in hue and transparency to phthalocyanine green,[] but perhaps slightly less brash.
14, This is part of an insistence on greater transparency in company dealings.
15, In that case an advertising agency telephoned a transparency library with whom the agency had never previously dealt.
16, It could bring about greater price transparency and so more competition for consumers.
17, First it lost its transparency, and became suffused with a pale, milky luminescence.
18, Both men argued that legality and transparency often conflict with the interests of state.
19, In 1988 transparency in the sugarbush was 18 percent, in unmanaged areas 16 percent.
20, The Chancellor emphasised his determination to promote openness and transparency in the Government's economic decision-making.
21, Think of our public systems as an infrastructure-like sewers, water pipes, and electrical lines-and the idea of transparency becomes clear.
22, But from where I stand, it is the wider issue of transparency that really counts.
23, Hilda wandered around muttering, her already slender body now thin to transparency.
24, He argues that the project of defamiliarisation in photography rested upon acceptance of the fallacy of the transparency of the photograph.
25, This turbidity is sometimes beneficial but also curtails the transparency of the water and is therefore largely disagreeable to the aquarist.
26, Planning of the lesson sequence is important: what visual representations are required and what needs to be included on each transparency?
27, The demands of economic restructuring also involve demands for administrative reorganization and greater financial transparency.
28, The draft emphasises the use of best available technology and maximising transparency and public access to information on pollution control.
29, This is aimed at preventing insider dealing and promoting market transparency.
30, Its depth determines its purity, and its purity determines its transparency.
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