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adjective as in historical

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It absorbs archival ink rapidly and doesn’t wrinkle easily, which makes it that much easier to make your lines coincide.

After exploring Ailey’s present-day impact, Wignot pulls her audience into the past using archival footage and photographs— handing the narrative of Ailey’s life off to the man himself.

To perform Cooke's songs, Odom immersed himself in archival recordings that helped him evoke the King of Soul's smooth tenor and stage presence.

Fagone’s book serves as the basis for a new PBS documentary, The Codebreaker, which uses archival letters and photographs to provide an inside look at Friedman’s life and work.

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Scientific journals can set a priorityAs federal guidelines take shape, scientists themselves have a responsibility to ensure responsible specimen archival to foster the democratization of biological science through increased access.

And the way archival footage can be stored electronically has made it all much easier.

His most recent book on Sudan is Compromising With Evil: An archival history of greater Sudan, 2007 – 2012.

He selected archival museum pieces that coalesced with his vision.

Lanzmann has always shunned archival footage; they are hardly used at all in Shoah or The Last of the Unjust.

The entire film consists of archival materials edited together into an impressionistic portrait of Nixon and his closest aides.

Here a great deal of archival work has been already accomplished.

The writer of this paper hopes soon to present archival proof of the far-reaching results of the seizure of Silesia.

This was the first work covering that period based on a scientific study of the archival sources.

Transcriber's Note: This errata prepared by the author/translator is included for historical and archival interest only.

It is destroyed as a religion, it exists only as an archival science.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to archival, such as: actual, ancient, classical, factual, real, and attested.

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