for the sake of clarity, each of these strategies is dealt with separately
The quality of being easy to see or hear; sharpness of image or sound
the clarity of the picture
The quality of being certain or definite
it was clarity of purpose that he needed
The quality of transparency or purity
the crystal clarity of water
free from obscurity and easy to understand; the comprehensibility of clear expression
clearness: the quality of clear water; "when she awoke the clarity was back in her eyes"
Clarity is the third studio album by American alternative rock band Jimmy Eat World, released on February 23, 1999 through Capitol Records. Overlooked upon its release, Clarity has since amassed cult status and critical acclaim, often lauded as one of the best records of the 1990s. ...
CLAЯITY is the first album to be released by sifow. It includes the singles CLOVER and LOVE & PEACE. The DVD also contains the PV's for the singles, as well as Jewel.
"Clarity" is a song by John Mayer, sparsely arranged with piano and drums provided, in part, by The Roots drummer Questlove. It was the second single from Mayer's 2003 album Heavier Things. The song's meaning is not immediately clear. ...
The state, or measure of being clear, either in appearance, thought or style; lucidity
The degree of transparency of the water.
A diamond often has natural imperfections, commonly referred to as inclusions, which contribute to its identifying characteristics. Inclusions are found within the diamond, and can be white, black, colorless, or even red or green. ...
Refers to the depth you are able to see an object, such as your lure, under the water.
Definitions should be objective, free of social or computational context, and documented with natural language.
Clearness; Lack of haze or light scattering properties.
Degree of clearness in a cured epoxy system.
Clarity, a measure of quality for gemstones, is graded based upon internal flaws or inclusions. Because diamonds are created by nature over millions of years of intense heat and pressure, imperfections or inclusions are often formed in the process.
One of the "Four Cs". Measures the degree to which a gemstone is free from flaws. A clarity scale is used to grade flaws in gemstones. The scale ranges from FL (Flawless) where there are no visible internal or external flaws to I3, where many imperfections are visible to the naked eye.
The level of water clearness.
One of the four Cs of diamond grading (the other three being Cut, Color, and Carat), clarity refers to the perfection of a gemstones crystalline structure. ...
Freedom of haze or cloudiness in a plastic material.
A qualitative measurement of the ability of water to transmit light. Clarity can be assessed using transmissometers and turbidity sensors.
Conceptually speaking, resampling is clean and simple. Sophisticated mathematical background is not required to comprehend resampling. Further, because of its conceptual clarity, resampling-based statistics is a good learning tool. ...
a measure of the amount of particles suspended in water; determined by using a secchi disk or turbidity test.
(Evidenz) is the striving goal of every interpretation of meaning.
degree to which MRF is free of contaminant. Clarity should include weight or volume of particulate in parts per million (PPM). A description of particle count by size may also be determined. A description or specification of the test method is also required.
Referring to a stone's lack of inclusions or other visual defects.
Referring to the amount of suspended particulate matter in a wine, clarity is described in terms of the wine’s reflective quality; brilliant, clear, dull or hazy. A pronounced haziness may signify spoilage, while brilliant, clear or dull wines are generally sound.
Refers to the amount of inclusions present within a diamond and also to the amount of blemishes present on its surface. These natural imperfections are often referred to as 'nature's fingerprints'. They will mostly not affect the beauty of a diamond but will almost always affect the price. ...