ViViD


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ViViDVoice, Video, and Data (US DoD Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract)
ViViDVoice Video and Data
ViViDVirtual Information for the Visually Impaired and Dyslexic (online resource; UK)
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She looks vivid and red-rosy; there's that pale, fair one gazing out of the window.
James Anthony Froude (1818-1894) was a disciple of Carlyle, from whom he took the idea of making history center around its great men and of giving to it the vivid effectiveness of the drama.
It is undying, it is but a memory, and its vividness cannot be made clear to another mind, any more than the vivid emotions of a dream.
These incidents had made the memory of his last talk with Madame Olenska so vivid to the young man that as the curtain fell on the parting of the two actors his eyes filled with tears, and he stood up to leave the theatre.
The atmosphere of precautions and recriminations, and in the midst a human body growing more vivid because it was in pain; the end of that body in Hilton churchyard; the survival of something that suggested hope, vivid in its turn against life's workaday cheerfulness;--all these were lost to Helen, who only felt that a pleasant lady could now be pleasant no longer.
For about ten minutes it remained floating in the midst of luminous waves, for Ferguson continued to flash right down upon the throng his glowing sheaf of rays, which, here and there, marked out swift and vivid sheets of light.
That unblinkingly vivid Japanese sun seems the blazing focus of the glassy ocean's immeasureable burning-glass.
It seemed to me that the pit had been enlarged, and ever and again puffs of vivid green vapour streamed up and out of it towards the brightening dawn--streamed up, whirled, broke, and vanished.
The towers of the Oriental College and the pine trees about it had gone, and very far away, lit by a vivid red glare, the common about the sand pits was visible.
The light upon the railway puzzled me at first; there were a black heap and a vivid glare, and to the right of that a row of yellow oblongs.
An intoxicating amalgam of Hard Rock, Funk, Soul with a dash of Blues and Jazz was at odds with just about anything else around at that time and when Mick Jagger sat up and took notice you just knew that Vivid was a ground-breaking album.
Vivid Seats acquired Fanxchange for up to CDN 85m (USD 60m).