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be in the picture

To be informed or up to date (about something); to be involved in or aware of what is going on. The boss definitely needs to be in the picture about the status of the project. The kids' father is back in the picture for the moment, but I'm not sure if I can rely on him.
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in the picture, be

Understand, be informed about or be involved in a particular situation or activity. For example, The new ambassador wanted to be in the picture for every event, small or large. This term is also used in such locutions as put someone in the picture, meaning "to inform or include someone," as in Put me in the picture about the new staff, or out of the picture, meaning "to be left ignorant of or excluded from some activity," as in The local authorities were out of the picture when it came to drug dealers. [Early 1900s] Also see get the message (picture).
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He also questioned on the lawyer's action who kept on asking about the picture, saying that he had seen the picture only once.
To assist with the text lookups, create a range name for the entire table, excluding the picture column.
Ask them to identify who is in the picture. Talk about how children and other people can look different depending on what they are wearing.
I am convinced, beyond the shadow of a doubt, based on experience, that the pictures do not hurt children, in particular small children, who hardly even notice the pictures.
Then adjust the position of the picture to your liking, and mark the top center with the corner of a sticky note.
yet in subtle ways could be misleading in the jurisprudential context." (2) Also, during development, a technique known as crop and splice can change the picture. Using this method, a person combines two negatives by cropping out a portion of one and splicing in its place part of another.
Mitchell doesn't think this approach is wrong exactly, but the emphasis on the picture as something that requires interpretation--a visual "text" there to be read or decoded--tends to block our understanding of the ways that pictures are more than just structures of information or ideas.
With the new system, any kinds of pictures can be produced anytime regardless of weather, or and time, since the picture is completely virtual.
* A picture of a person, famous or non-famous, that you would like to base your cut-paper collage portrait on The picture should be simple, containing only the head and shoulders of the person
Trust me, you do not want to try to manually staple together the one page with the e-mail text to the other page with the picture.
That eye level angle will create a personal and inviting feeling that pulls you into the picture.
Today, most photographers make the picture and edit it in Photoshop.
* Do you see a relationship between the number of blocks in the picture and the number above the picture?
Don't be fooled by the term digital zoom, which make the subject in the middle of the picture bigger, but does so by reducing the entire picture's resolution.