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3D computer graphics rely on many of the same algorithms as 2D computer vector graphics in the wire-frame model and 2D computer raster graphics in the final rendered display.
After a creative research phase involving the study of Kenzo’s identity and sketching, the final concept was modeled and rendered using Catia V5.
˙ At Romans 12:11, a Greek expression is used that literally means “to the spirit boiling.” This wording does not convey the intended meaning in English, so it is rendered “aglow with the spirit” in this translation.
Resident members rendered their service in the day-long event through vital signs taking as well as providing free medical consultations and health education to the participants of the said event.
For rendered walls, set the letterbox slightly forward to allow for the render thickness.
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We (I) authorize an adult, in whose care the minor has been entrusted to consent to any X-ray examination, anesthetic, medical, surgical or dental diagnosis or treatment, and hospital care, to be rendered to the minor under the general or special supervision and on the advice of any physician or dentist licensed under the provisions of the Medical Practice Act or the medical staff of a licensed hospital, whether such diagnosis or treatment is rendered at the office of said physician or at said hospital.