complemented

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He had a pleasant smile, complemented by his clear blue eyes.

Thus it may be said that he and Llera complemented each other to perfection.

The laugh did them good, and complemented the corrective which had been administered to them by the minister.

The sash was complemented by a belt which was a mass of pearls in relief on a ground of gold embroidery.

The case of Germany is a hospital case, a case for the alienist; the mania of grandeur, complemented by the mania of persecution.

The manifestation factor is complemented by the chaos factor and together the two define the full universe.

We also acknowledge from which point literacy is complemented by literacies and what, if anything, bridges among such literacies.

This new pragmatics demands that literacy be complemented with alternative means of expression, communication, and signification.

Their party had been complemented by two dogs, an English setter and a springer spaniel.

The tuition of each special course is complemented with graphical work, applied drawing, plans, and practices.