imperfection


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something that mars the appearance or causes inadequacy or failure

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One theme is the perceived perfection of digital versus the imperfection of analog.
It was clear Daly was enjoying the chance to talk about Flaunt The Imperfection. He mentioned several of China Crisis's contemporaries from 33 years ago including County Durham band Prefab Sprout, admitting the release of the critically acclaimed Steve McQueen album had been a motivating factor during the writing and recording of his own album.
We are looking forward to the next Pink Imperfection event and continued collaboration with this engaging, and growing group," said Amy Pollard, Office Manager at TFI Envision.
Importantly, AMS 2175 is silent regarding in-process weld rework, only specifying the extent of imperfection in Grades A-D as "graded" in radiographic, magnetic particle, die penetrant inspection and/or visual inspections.
If you look around yourself, every single thing that you notice has some imperfection...
Pastor Oluwawole, in an Easter message he sent through his Special Assistant (Media), Stephen Gbadamosi, in Ado Ekiti, at the weekend, noted that it was instructive that 'the Lord Jesus was interred in a state of imperfection, but rose on the third day in a state of perfect perfection.'
What I think is more important to me is the imperfection of rustic things: the rough edged tactile nature of materials, the wonky shape that says 'hand made', the depth and complexity of aged, worn and patinated finishes.
In previous studies, however, imperfection effect as eccentric deformation was not considered in suggesting its residual shear bucking strength.
" The idea behind the project," says Raina, " is the concept of ' beauty in imperfection'.
THERE is a common saying that "no man is perfect", so we slide below that standard of worthiness into imperfection with seemingly popular consent.
After the modal testing procedures and obtained data structures from without imperfection sample, somewhere near the middle of the cylinder at a distance of 35 mm from the center of it (between nodes No.
It was, or seemed to be, an imperfection, a bad thing adversely affecting a good thing, a flaw, a blot.
Only 23% of men reported trying to hide a skin imperfection.