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Until I Find You
... sexual abuse a long-lost father who eventually ends up in a mental institution—was too close to his own experiences, Irving postponed publication of the ... The cover is a close-up photo/illustration of a the side of a woman's breast, with a tattoo on it (as in the novel) ... The American publisher requested their version be a very close shot of the side of the breast, so the body part in question wouldn't be readily identifiable, and therefore ...
Camera Lens - Types of Lens - "Close-up" or Macro
... A macro lens used in macro or "close-up" photography (not to be confused with the compositional term close up) is any lens that produces an image on the focal plane (i.e ... This configuration is generally used to image close-up very small subjects ... be special lens corrected optically for close up work or they can be any lens modified (with adapters or spacers) to bring the focal plane "forward" for very close photography ...
Akino Arai - Personal Life
... Those close to her and those who have met her say she is humble and very kind ... She is very close to fans ... She likes to be close to fans by asking them what type of music they want from her and she also writes back to the fans who send her fanmail every chance she can ...
Tales From Topographic Oceans - Conception
... Yes began to produce longer pieces of music on Close to the Edge (1972), their fifth studio release, which features the 18-minute eponymous title track ... One evening in March 1973, while on a concert tour of Japan to promote Close to the Edge, Anderson found himself "caught up in a lengthy footnote on ... who had also created the artwork for the band's previous albums Fragile (1971), Close to the Edge (1972), and Yessongs (1973) ...
Burmese Language - Phonology - Vowels
... The close vowels /i/ and /u/ and the close portions of the diphthongs are slightly centered to and in closed syllables, i.e ...

Famous quotes containing the word close:

    All stars stand close in summer air
    And tremble, and look mild as amber;
    When wicks are lighted in the chamber
    You might say stars were settling there.
    Léonie Adams (1899–1988)

    No. We haven’t seen the end of them. We’ve only had a close view of the beginning of what may be the end of us.
    —Ted Sherdeman. Gordon Douglas. Dr. Medford (Edmund Gwenn)

    I think there ought to be a club in which preachers and journalists could come together and have the sentimentalism of the one matched with the cynicism of the other. That ought to bring them pretty close to the truth.
    Reinhold Niebuhr (1892–1971)