confidence is incorporated, the proposed method is robust to inaccurate use input.
With simple one-touch controls, Scribble
Hero game players are able to collect coins to unlock game boosts, tombstones, weapon upgrades and extra lives, the rewind mode lets players fight back and cause more havoc when they lose a level too soon on any of the 50 levels, filled with non-stop arcade action and waves of enemies.
In the Sculpture Center it is easy to observe the "scribble
stage." Students gravitate to 3-D work with their tacit knowledge of support and strategies for attachment, often motivated by the desire to create a plaything.
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Darren Burleigh, prosecuting, said Bouzova's note to owner Janet Tapner, 49, after the crash in the city was: "Nothing more than a child's scribble
Together again at summer's end, the friends scribble
their coolest adventures on the pants legs.
All that's asked is to check "Yes" and scribble
next to "Your initials please."
Unlike many children his age, Dante does not simply scribble
on paper to express his creative side; instead he sculpts each painting until it is "perfect."
Similarly, when toddlers learn to scribble
, they aren't aware that their drawings don't resemble the things they are trying to depict.
Individual musicians may scribble
reminders on their pages to indicate how loudly or softly to play certain passages.
Let your pencil scribble
over the entire sheet from edge to edge.
Apparently, private owners of property felt the nuisance of the defacement of their walls, for in Rome near the Porta Portese (formerly Porta Portuensis) was found an inscription begging persons not to scribble
(scariphare) on the walls.
Consider this Victorian scribble
by collector George Sennett in 1876, "Was ever a sight so grand!...I slowly arose, turned, and gave her one barrel as she was rising from the nest, and the next before she had gone six feet, dropping her into the water." By 1939, only 14 cranes were left alive.