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striking difference between compared individuals

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a musical form involving the simultaneous sound of two or more melodies

to show differences when compared

write in counterpoint

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With pieces like Counterpoint at ABT and Peter Chu's Space, In Perspective at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Paris Opera Ballet looking to set work in the public spaces of the Palais Gamier this spring, in-theater site-specific works are trending among companies whose seasoned patrons are more used to sitting comfortably in the dark.
HEREs leading open mapping platform has integrated customer and partner driven location intelligence with the rich mapping database topped with big data analytics capabilities allowing it to build newer services and power unique but advanced location experiences across the spectrum, according to Neil Shah, Research Director of Counterpoint and author of the report.
Chicago Counterpoint TV is an interactive television show with a potential viewing audience of over one million.
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The "Indian smartphone market is being fueled by two device trends, one is LTE (long-term evolution) and other being phablet" size, Tarun Pathak, a senior analyst at Counterpoint Research said in the release.
17 February 2014 - US pricing, contract and incentive management solutions provider Vistex Inc on Monday said it had bought UK-based Counterpoint Systems, a developer of software solutions for rights management, royalty processing and licensing, for an undisclosed sum.
As counterpoint regulates imitative and oppositional (and other) movements of notes in the raw, the metaphor is certainly a helpful guide in reaffirming Filipinos' proactive and strategic engagement with colonialism, through adoption and adaptation of Spanish elements and eventual inversion and subversion against colonialism.
The new season also marks the launch of Counterpoint, the symphony's new citywide initiative exploring themes and concepts that impact us as individuals, communities, Americans and citizens of the world.
Her topics are musical contrast and counterpoint in Albert Camus' L'estranger, musical qualities in Samuel Beckett's En attendant Godot, Silence in John Cage's 4'33" and Beckett's En attenant Gogot, Cage's collaboration of words and music in the Song Books, Glenn Gould's Solitude Trilogy as edited performance, and music and verbal counterpoint in Thirty Two Short Films about Glenn Gould.
From butterflies on a wall to bees on hives tied to an arm, COUNTERPOINT provides an oversized format and full-page color images to point out striking contrasts between man and nature around him.
The company also recently acquired Counterpoint Press in a separate transaction.
The Marxist-led "non-aligned" movement, created and controlled by "independent" Marxists during the Cold War, is enjoying a revival as a counterpoint to the Bush administration's interventionist foreign policy.
Indeed, abstract, black-and- white portraits of the human face are juxtaposed with lines of poetry throughout Less, providing readers with a kind of counterpoint of images both surreal and lyrical.
Sarah Jane Morris (best known as counterpoint to Jimmy Somerville on "Don't Leave Me This Way") is sublime, turning her tracks into unbridled fiestas.
Deftly exploring the modern sciences and the recent discoveries made through ground breaking DNA research which provides confirmation of Siberian and Polynesian genetic heritage with respect the bloodline of Native Americans, which is a great counterpoint to the 175 years of teaching from the Latter-day Saint Mormon church which argued the decent of Native American peoples from seafaring Israelites.