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His paintings were often an emotional response to metamorphic periods of his time, such as the Enlightenment.
The British actress Andrea Riseborough is one of those metamorphic changelings so different from film to film, role to role, that few people realize she’s even out there.
All around him, eras of the country’s past are shoved together like layers of metamorphic rock.
In Kansas and Oklahoma, the faults are in deep igneous and metamorphic rocks just beneath the sandstone layer used by the injection wells.
Rising beauty star Issa Rae continues to flex the versatility of her metamorphic good looks.
As more people come here, seeking opportunity, the city will continue its metamorphic change, gaining some things while losing others.
This archipelago of five large islands and many small ones stretches for 100 miles, and is characterized by steep-sided mountains of ancient metamorphic gneiss and quartzite, rising up from the sea.
By the time the storms ended, two massive craters had been scoured into the metamorphic rock.
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