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Definition of Describes

Describe
Describe De*scribe", v. i. To use the faculty of describing; to give a description; as, Milton describes with uncommon force and beauty.

Meaning of Describes from wikipedia

- Beauty Pill Describes Things as They Are is the second full-length CD by the band Beauty Pill. It was the band's first non-Dischord release. It was recorded...
- portra**** the penance for acedia as running continuously at top speed. Dante describes acedia as the "failure to love God with all one's heart, all one's mind...
- is to keep the foo counters turning." One book[which?] describing the MIT train room describes two buttons by the door labeled "foo" and "bar". These...
- "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon", reached number 59. Estella Tincknell describes how the particular combination of well-known and obscure recordings helps...
- law") describes practices that are legally recognised, regardless of whether the practice exists in reality. In contrast, de facto ("in fact") describes situations...
- Several past and present states have declared themselves socialist states or in the process of building socialism. The majority of self-declared socialist...
- Description is the pattern of narrative development that aims to make vivid a place, object, character, or group. Description is one of four rhetorical...
- A platform display, destination display or train describer (British English) is supplementing the destination sign on arriving trains giving p****engers...
- percussion, piano on "Randy Described Eternity", Moog on "Stop the Show" and "Kicked In The Sun" Brett Netson - guitar on "Randy Described Eternity," "I Would...
- In control systems theory, the describing function (DF) method, developed by Nikolay Mitrofanovich Krylov and Nikolay Bogoliubov in the 1930s, and extended...
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