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having lost freshness or brilliance of color

reduced in strength

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Third, the dissolved O will then react with the metal sulfides on the side walls and on the bottom that are in contact with the faded iron in accordance with the following equation:
out] and ABEP of dual-hop DF relay network in Rayleigh/Weibull asymmetric faded links.
Another feature of the simulator is that each channel has an integrated digital noise source, whereby additive white Gaussian noise is generated internally and added to the faded signal.
Last week we asked you who first faded out at the end of a record rather than having a proper ending.
It just started off and faded and faded and faded and hit the upright,'' Killeen said.
This afterglow has since faded substantially, but it remains visible in images taken Sept.
If the faded field varies dramatically across just a few wavelengths, diversity can be used.
Whereas Jan Groover's earlier black and white still lifes captured the reflective surfaces of stainless-steel cooking utensils with an etched clarity reminiscent of constructivist photograms, her recent images, cast in ethereal tones of faded silver and printed on thin translucent tissue paper, seem to be shrouded in a veil of diffused light.
The Stylus CX6600 stands out from the pack in many ways, but a few of the more notable advantages include its great looking print quality for scanning/printing/copying, extremely competitive cost of ownership, and especially the priceless value that comes with restoring faded photographs and printing memories that will last.
Most gardeners are well aware of the necessity of pruning faded roses to keep rose bushes blooming; if faded roses are not pruned, the energy needed to produce more roses will be siphoned off into the production of rose hips.
Within a week, that ember had faded, but astronomers subsequently identified a faint galaxy in the same position.
Unlike Holly, though, Dylan didn't die young nor has he faded away.
The cluster's relative youth--about 100 million years--means that any brown dwarfs that formed there haven't lived long enough to have faded.
This technology can automatically remove much of the dust from scans of printed photos, the fading correction feature examines originals with faded color and intelligently rebuilds color quality while the grain correction works to smooth and eliminate undesirable grain from scanned images.
Their colors are faded now, their fabrics torn and tattered from all the seasons of wind, rain, and heat.