FACTOID # 21: 15% of Army recruits from South Dakota are Native American, which is roughly the same percentage for female Army recruits in the state.
 
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Superimposition is a graphics term meaning the placement of an image on top of an already-existing image, usually to add to the overall image effect, but also sometimes to conceal something (such as when a different face is superimposed over the original face in a photograph). The term graphics refers to images; e. ... Image of the Wikimedia Commons logo. ... A photograph (often just called a photo) is an image (or a representation of that on e. ...


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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Lent (2321 words)
Such a theory offers a natural explanation of the wide divergence which we find existing in the latter part of the second century regarding both the proper time for keeping Easter, and also the manner of the paschal fast.
Christians were at one regarding the weekly observance of the Sunday and the Friday, which was primitive, but the annual Easter festival was something superimposed by a process of natural development, and it was largely influenced by the conditions locally existing in the different Churches of the East and West.
Moreover, with the Easter festival there seems also to have established itself a preliminary fast, not as yet anywhere exceeding a week in duration, but very severe in character, which commemorated the Passion, or more generally, "the days on which the bridegroom was taken away".
Moiré Patterns (322 words)
Moiré fringes are an interference pattern that is formed when two similar grid-like patterns are superimposed.
One of the more common occurrences of moiré patterns is found in computer monitors and television sets where we see an ordered wavy pattern is superimposed over the screen in a series of ripples.
Moiré patterns also are a common problem in scanned images due to interference between the printed dot pattern and the reflection of the image.
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