The report adds this would "constitute incongruous, overly prominent and visually harmful building additions, and therefore detract
from the character and appearance of the Grade II listed application building, and undermine the important contribution it makes to the special character and setting of the surrounding historic area."
Some would say (though this is not my own personal view) the building which houses our Central Library, detracts
from this area.
The specifically English connotations of the title detract
from the fact that AONBs exist not only in England, but also in Wales and Northern Ireland.
Still, that should not detract
from the scholarly achievement of the latest addition to the Soane canon.
These illuminate the development of the novel and do not in any way detract
from the flow.
The overall effect of the images was to detract
from the intended message of caring for the caters.
"The reasons for our opposition are straightforward; as currently designed, the program will unnecessarily drain limited TSA resources and detract
from the agency's ability to craft more comprehensive programs benefiting all travelers," wrote James May, ATA's president and CEO.
You can't fail with plain green leaves as a neutral background that won't detract
from the flower.
This democratic installation did, however, detract
from the emphasis on spectacle and narrative that has taken on such importance since the mid-'90s, as evident in Marina Abramovic's beautifully made The Lovers, the Great Wall Walk, 1998, or in the sex scene on horseback, candidly filmed in startling, fast-moving close-up, in Rustam Khalfin and Julia Tikhonova's Towards an Understanding of Limitations, 2005.
The head of the school says the incident should not "detract
from the drugs awareness message."
Councillor Rodney Berman said that the 'inappropriate use' of words should not detract
from the event which is staged at the Wales Millennium Centre on Thursday.
It enables the taking of snapshots in low-light conditions without the need for a flash, which until now often tended to detract
from or even destroy the mood.
The artist index and polaroid model styles are in the back, so as not to detract
from the image impacts.
While it is sometimes difficult to follow a timeline in this book, which bends one's sense of time in a manner reminiscent of Gabriel Garcia Marquez in his One Hundred Years of Solitude, this does not in any way detract
from the story's engaging nature.
* score: twenty * consecrate: make sacred * hallow: honor; treat as if holy * detract
: take away from