PORTRAIT


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PORTRAITParallel Computations of Spectral Portraits of Matrices and Applications to System Stability Analysis
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Here is one whose looks show a very different character," observed Laurence, turning to the portrait of John Hancock.
Couldn't we ask him to paint a portrait of Anna Arkadyevna?
Clutton looked at the portrait for some time in silence, then glanced at Philip's picture, which was standing on an easel.
How stupid of me to speak of the portrait," thought the prince as he entered the study, with a feeling of guilt at his heart, "and yet, perhaps I was right after all.
The mere sight of the portrait produced the most extraordinary effect on my mind.
True, one portrait may hit the mark much nearer than another, but none can hit it with any very considerable degree of exactness.
Basil had painted the portrait that had marred his life.
That intimate friend of Dryden, Tillatson, Pope, who executed a copy of the actor's portrait by Kneller which is still extant, was worthy of their friendship; his career brings out the best elements in stage life.
She had her portrait painted thus six or eight years ago.
This will be the sweetest portrait I have ever done, certainly.
She darts a look at him which he cannot comprehend, and shows him another portrait.
My opinion is that the portrait must be flattering, my lord.