Empetrum Emphasise

Emphasis

Meanings and phrases

emphasis

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n.
  1. special importance or significance; accent
  2. intensity or forcefulness of expression; vehemence
  3. special and significant stress by means of position or repetition e.g.
  4. the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch); stress; accent

greater emphasis

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The conspiracy subplot was given greater emphasis.
  • The war years brought a greater emphasis on military training.
  • "Reinhold lays greater emphasis than Kant upon the unity and activity of consciousness.

more emphasis

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E.g.
  • Gedong Songo displays more emphasis on plinth and cornice mouldings.
  • In leaving words in Kirundi, Rugero puts more emphasis in their intention.
  • In the later dynasties, more emphasis was placed on the virtue of chastity.

particular emphasis

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E.g.
  • A particular emphasis was on early childhood and the role of communities.
  • It was written from a Jungian perspective, with particular emphasis put on archetypes.
  • Azerbaijan has placed a particular emphasis on its "special relationship" with Turkey.

strong emphasis

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E.g.
  • A strong emphasis on technology is also encouraged.
  • and a strong emphasis on developmental readings.
  • Czech cuisine is marked by a strong emphasis on meat dishes.

special emphasis

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E.g.
  • A special emphasis was given to the apocryphal gospels.
  • They both tried to give special emphasis to the rights of peasants and workers.
  • The general area of application is fusion engineering with special emphasis on.

heavy emphasis

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E.g.
  • F places a heavy emphasis on modular programming.
  • This novel has a heavy emphasis on choice.
  • It has heavy emphasis on the first and third beat of every measure.

great emphasis

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E.g.
  • Nanaji always laid great emphasis on education.
  • Alsagoff places great emphasis on the Arabic language.
  • The EBU places great emphasis on the use of open standards.

emphasis was placed

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E.g.
  • In the later dynasties, more emphasis was placed on the virtue of chastity.
  • An emphasis was placed on the manufacture of weapons and other military material.
  • During the screenwriting process, a stronger emphasis was placed on special effects, rather than satire and story.

much emphasis

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E.g.
  • However, he dislikes too much emphasis being placed on his religion.
  • Marshall Summers grew up in an Episcopal family without much emphasis on religion.
  • He argued that it placed too much emphasis on historiography but that its "crowning annoyance" was Holland's habit of pausing mid-sentence.

less emphasis

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E.g.
  • The new program continued in the same format as his previous show, with less emphasis on politics.
  • Compared to its predecessor, the action is considerably smoother, with less emphasis on difficulty and more on speed.
  • There is no statistical equivalent in cricket for the fielding error and thus less emphasis on personal responsibility in this area of play.

emphasis is placed

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E.g.
  • Particular emphasis is placed upon the heart area.
  • In both cases emphasis is placed on beginnings emanating from the depths.
  • An emphasis is placed on providing practical education that leads to employment opportunities.

new emphasis

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E.g.
  • Stage V features a new emphasis on managing corporate data rather than IT.
  • Various publications and exhibitions showed a new emphasis on public presence.
  • Alhazen's work on optics is credited with contributing a new emphasis on experiment.

increased emphasis

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E.g.
  • Many U.S. universities have placed increased emphasis on their residential colleges in recent years.
  • Also, increased emphasis should be given to life habit changes to mitigate the metabolic syndrome in this population.
  • There was a revival in the mosaic art, for example: Mosaics became more realistic and vivid, with an increased emphasis on depicting three-dimensional forms.

emphasis placed

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E.g.
  • Thus, there is a distinct emphasis placed on the sea in local culture.
  • A defence white paper was published in 2015 with emphasis placed on modernisation of the Army.
  • Within the settlements, there was a strong emphasis placed on communal values, the most important being sociability.

emphasis added

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E.g.
  • [emphasis added] Very Respectfully, [Signed]Wm.
  • [emphasis added] In ch.
  • Source awareness is described as the “awareness of the origin of a particular attitude” (emphasis added).

emphasis upon

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E.g.
  • (which concurrently aired on NBC) in an emphasis upon action and adventure.
  • The Ministry of Tourism has placed great emphasis upon further tourism support and development.
  • This highly literate society places strong emphasis upon education, which is free and compulsory until age 16.

places emphasis

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • This program places emphasis on merchandising and financial principles.
  • This technique places emphasis on preventing the "lethal triad", rather than correcting the anatomy.
  • In these works the author, through the character of Anatole, consistently places emphasis on the dignity of work.
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