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to provide, cover, or fill with light

to make clear or clearer

to enable (one) to understand, especially in a spiritual sense

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Partnering with Illuminate allows us to engage and leverage early stage opportunities that will influence the changing market landscape.
Magnus Wennerholm, previously Illuminate Labs CEO, said, "In just a few years, Beast and Turtle have become production-proven technologies for in-game lighting.
Autodesk plans to develop and sell Illuminate Labs' technology and support Illuminate Labs customers.
We are thrilled to launch Illuminate with two powerful, world renowned speakers.
Softek will demonstrate Illuminate at the Radiological Society of North America's annual meeting Nov.
The Illuminate search technology also gives radiologists immediate access to any study and its images in the entire PACS archive, which will help them conduct research into the disease states of veterans, Dr.
When searching for a reporting solution, Illuminate sought a flexible approach to reporting -- one that could be responsive to users and eliminate the need for custom-coding.
For more information on Illuminate Education, please visit http://www.
Julie Berebitsky's essay on the Delineator's 1907-1911 "Child Rescue Campaign" argues that adoption matters because it illuminates who could (and could not) legitimately claim "mother consciousness," a crucial resource during the Progressive era, when maternalism was the chief vehicle for women's public mobilization.
Light pollution--the artificial light that illuminates more than its intended target area--has become a problem of increasing concern across the country over the past 15 years.
But Gelber's study is informed by more than the activities which consumed our youth; it illuminates the reorganization of social space in which they took place and the changing gendered character of hobbies and crafts.
Shooting down a narrow passageway about 60 feet long, the sun's light illuminates the floor of the tomb's main chamber.
Examination of text and context, such as Paul Parrish's essay on Crashaw, Mary Collet, and Little Gidding, further illuminates the new history that feminist scholars are rewriting.
In photoelectron holography, a burst of finely tuned X-rays illuminates a small patch on a crystal surface.
NEW YORK -- Hachette Filipacchi Media (HFM) - The American PHOTO Mission Series - on newsstands now in the July/August issue of American PHOTO Magazine - illuminates the work of 16 charities in a multi-page editorial as well as on inspirational web site http://www.