clarity

[n] - free from obscurity and easy to understand
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Clarity

In concert hall acoustics, the ratio, expressed in decibels, of the energy in the first 80 milliseconds of an impulse sound arriving at a listener's position divided by the energy in the sound after 80 milliseconds. The divisor is approximately the total energy of the reverberant sound.More generally, clarity refers to the degree to which the separ...
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Clarity

The clearness of a liquid
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Clarity

Clar'i·ty noun [ Latin claritas , from clarus clear: confer French clarté .] Clearness; brightness; splendor. « Floods, in whose more than crystal clarity , Innumerable virgin graces row. Beaumont. »
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clarity

lucidness noun free from obscurity and easy to understand; the comprehensibility of clear expression
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Clarity

• (n.) Clearness; brightness; splendor.
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clarity

(from the article `acoustics`) The amplitude of the reverberant sound relative to the direct sound is referred to as fullness. Clarity, the opposite of fullness, is achieved by ...
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Clarity

- 1. A print quality attribute that refers to the degree to which elements of the printed image are visually unobscured. 2. Free of distracting spatial or geometric imperfections. Clear prints are not obscured by visual noise such as unintentional patterns, extraneous marks, or ragged edges.
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Clarity

In wine evaluation, a subjective term for the absence of cloudiness or sediment in a wine.
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Clarity

The clearness of a liquid
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CLARITY

Clarity is one of the four Cs according to which a diamond is graded, and one of the components that help a diamond buyer to determine the quality of the gemstone he or she is about to purchase. It essentially refers to the purity of the diamonds, or to the degree to which it is free of blemishes and imperfections. On principal, as the clarity of t...
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Clarity

[John Mayer song] At the `Soundstage with Buddy Guy` concert, Mayer explained the song as one of the best he`s done, in that it`s the best in portraying his thoughts and feelings. Clarity peaked at #13 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 chart and #25 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart. This song was covered by saxophonist Naje...
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Clarity

Clarity is an English name for girls. The meaning is `bright, famous` The name Clarity is -as far as we know- only given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Claire (French) Clara (English, Italian, German, Portuguese) Clair (English) The name sounds like: Clarita, Claritza, Clareta, Clairita Similar names are: Carita, Clary, Cla...
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clarity

The clearness of a diamond, or the measure of the amount of flaws and inclusions of other minerals in a diamond. The clarity scale for diamonds ranges from F (internally and externally flawless) to I3 (having several inclusions that can be seen by the naked eye and detract from the beauty and durability of the stone). For the entire scale, click he...
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Clarity

A diamond is given a grade to describe the level of inclusions or imperfections. The less imperfections, the better the clarity.
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clarity

Term used in grading colored gems or diamonds to describe the level of internal inclusions, fractures or stress marks inside of the stone. Colored stone are assess with the naked eye, diamonds are graded under 10 power magnification.
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Clarity

In wine evaluation, clarity is a subjective term for the absence of cloudiness or sediment in a wine.
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Clarity

In wine evaluation, a subjective term for the absence of cloudiness or sediment in a wine.
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clarity

Refers to the depth you are able to see an object, such as your lure, under the water.
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Clarity

Refers to the depth you are able to see an object (such as your lure) under the water.
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Clarity

The clarity is an attribute of precious stones or a grading scale. Whether a gemstone has a higher or lower level of clarity can make a big difference in establishing the value of the said gemstone. Diamonds have a slightly different scale than other gems.
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CLARITY

CLARITY (Clear, Lipid-exchanged, Acrylamide-hybridized Rigid, Imaging/immunostaining compatible, Tissue hYdrogel) is a method of making brain tissue transparent using acrylamide and hydrogel electrophoresis. When accompanied with antibody labeling, it enables highly detailed pictures of the protein and nucleic acid structure of organs, especially ...
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Clarity

[Senakah song] Clarity is a 2008 single by Senakah. It made #19 on the Irish Singles Chart. Lyrically, the song discusses domestic violence. ...
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