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(1) In one ad the viewer scarcely sees the car's exterior.
(2) The foreground, nearest the viewer, is painted last.
(3) Television confronts the viewer with a succession of glittering and seductive images.
(4) You managed to chase away your most loyal viewer.
(5) It means treating a viewer with respect.
(6) What does this mean for a television viewer?
(7) He sits facing the viewer, and staring straight out.
(8) Adams gives the viewer a garden of stone.
(9) And they upheld a complaint lodged by a viewer.
(10) Viewer tolerance level tested: Before the start of the second half, as Bill Macatee cooperated with a Tostitos live commercial.
(11) If only there was a way for each viewer to leave his mark.
(12) Entertainment on-demand is expected to give each viewer total control over what, when, and where to watch.
(13) The fax viewer is more flexible, and you can now annotate documents before resending them.
(14) Hale's eyes stare knowingly at the viewer, a human sacrifice to an alienated and consumerist culture.
(15) They present the viewer with a personae which is simultaneously present and absent.
(16) These images are likely to evoke a strong response in the viewer.
(17) Some of her art is intended to shock the viewer.
(18) In the painting, the woman has her back to the viewer.
(19) But the thriller element does no damage to the message and helps the story along for even the most committed viewer.
(20) Even a thickening waist, while annoying, can be construed as a viewer problem, to an extent.
(21) But the end result still runs the risk of leaving the viewer with a totally false impression.
(22) All problems resolved in one go because now for the first time question of optimum distance becomes an issue for the viewer.
(23) There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer. Ansel Adams
(24) Companies that make web browser software can purchase the Stonehand viewer and build it into their programs.
(25) The space Chinatown opens on to is the space of interpretation itself, a space Polanski creates and protects for the viewer.
(26) In it the artist portrays a disheveled thirty-one-year-old Morisot averting her gaze from the viewer. Sentencedict.com
(27) This painting is typical of Manet's portraits of Morisot - a beautiful woman, gazing sadly out at the viewer.
(28) Here the degree of complicity is, and perhaps has to be, far higher than the viewer ever suspects.
(29) Both channels are also offering on-line Web sites to increase viewer involvement.
(30) Well at least there's something in it for the viewer.