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When the vehicle was turned loose to carry out the instructions, a colored marker recorded the movements on a large piece of white paper placed on the floor.
According to a white paper Apple published earlier this month, Face ID takes additional captures over time and uses them to augment enrolled Face ID data.
Prospect: The regulator has begun issuing white papers on social networking to strengthen its credibility as a leading voice on consumer protection.
With no empirical data on computer-password security to be found, Mr. Burr leaned heavily on a white paper written in the mid-1980s—long before consumers bought DVDs and cat food online.
The scientists filmed a great tit opening a white paper packet stamped with a black square.
Knowing that vinyl releases are often given deluxe treatment, with lavish cover art and liner notes, Mr. Milinkovich was surprised to receive his Chappelle album packaged only in plain white paper sleeves.
The starkness of that grassy field and its reliance on areas of blank white paper inevitably remind one of how that masterful watercolor artist, Andrew Wyeth, presented austere landscapes.
All bars are hand-wrapped in gold foil with an outer wrapping of blue or white paper with tiny holes to let the gold show through like little stars.
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