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the addition of several new stores enhances the vibrancy of the town
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The gown’s wild print and bright yellow color might well have been chosen to capture the vibrancy of the subcontinent and the hue of its flag.
Chad Emerson, president and CEO of Downtown Huntsville Inc., addressed the audience about the importance of having a vibrant downtown but also making sure that vibrancy expands to all corners of the city.
Yet for all the trepidation about stitching Iraq back together again after ISIS, Mosul is returning to vibrancy.
Proponents, like Metcalfe, argue that colorizing photographs or films adds vibrancy to events that would otherwise seem distant; if research is conducted to ensure maximum accuracy, the images maintain historical integrity.
Our secular freedoms, our open society, our vibrancy and acceptance of diverse views [were] attacked.
Highlights of the refresh include a new typeface for all print and digital properties, a feature that enhances readability, color vibrancy, and bolder copy.
The photos have a common theme of color, vibrancy, self-affirmation, and self-love.
Populated by actors who portray characters from the neighborhood and exquisitely coordinated by Campos, the first floor has the pulsating vibrancy of a carnival with room for improvisation.
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