imperfection


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something that mars the appearance or causes inadequacy or failure

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According to Rai, it is a story that celebrates the imperfections in one's life.
The basic idea of imperfections detection and inpainting is to smoothly propagate information from the surrounding areas.
8 36 Table 3: Natural frequencies of cylindrical samples cylindrical sample before imperfection after imperfection EMA FEM [DELTA]% D=4 D=6 D=8 (HZ) (mm) (mm) (mm) 1 77.
Speakers in the panel were asked to think about imperfection with reference to the following questions:
To few observers' surprise, a recent study has concluded that men and women have very different views about skin imperfections and their impact on self-confidence.
According to the Eurocode 3 (2007) and the Chinese code JGJ61 (2003), the geometrical imperfection should be taken into account in the non-linear analysis in order to model the structure more realistically.
3 : an imperfection that makes something hard to use or work <We need more rehearsals to work out the kinks.
Advancements in automated ultrasonic testing (AUT) to accurately size weld imperfection height and length;
She calls sin an impediment, imperfection, oppression, conflict, pain, stain, and deathly dullness.
From understanding emotions and pathology to linking these to the Buddhist path, The Wisdom Of Imperfection offers a new path.
But he carefully works the clay and removes the imperfection.
I have always been fascinated by the beauty of the absence of form, the imperfection of beauty.
Abstract: Market imperfections affect virtually every transaction in some way, generating costs that interfere with trades that rational individuals make, or would make, in the absence of the imperfection.
By exerting my will and denying the reality of imperfection, I was ignoring a spiritual truth that has echoed throughout many cultures and religious traditions for centuries: