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The filmmakers plant the stationary camera in front of their subjects, which gives them a status akin to noble portraiture.
Even the noblest of ambitions in terms of capturing all forms of human beauty may not have a chance because the brightness values aren’t even represented accurately.
Despite his noble ties, Bartini was raised by a peasant family before Lodovico eventually acknowledged him.
Today, there can hardly be a more noble mission than helping America – and the world – usher in a new era of healthy aging by re-engaging and re-committing to the defeat of Alzheimer’s.
The military was the noblest and best part of the nation, but that’s completely gone.
The reason is that, on average, millennials much more than previous generations value working for a company with a noble mission, recognized for making a positive impact on society.
THE ACTIVIST EMPLOYEE HASN’T GONE AWAYGEOFFREY COLVINSEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
In the view of the staunch Federalist Noah Webster, for instance, it was a mistake to think that “to obtain liberty, and establish a free government, nothing was necessary but to get rid of kings, nobles, and priests.”
I find myself chained to the foot of a woman, my noble Cornelia would despise!
What course was taken to supply that assembly when any noble family became extinct?
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
He remembered how his father had execrated this noble enemy, even at the time he declared his worth.

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