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Meanings and phrases
- picture consisting of a positive photograph or drawing on a transparent base; viewed with a projector; foil
- permitting the free passage of electromagnetic radiation; transparence
- the quality of being clear and transparent; transparence; transparentness
- Regulators turned a blind eye to a lack of transparency and to conflicts of interest."
- They also cited Parent Revolution's lack of transparency and apparently top-down organization.
- Greenberg accused the board of fiscal mismanagement and a lack of transparency in its dealings.
- He is committed to transparency and accountability.
- The AEI brings the LGBTQ movement into a new era of advocacy, transparency and accountability.
- Emphasis was given to assuring transparency and accountability of governmental oversight and project decision making.
- Gutheinz is an advocate for greater transparency in NASA.
- The "Energiewende" also seeked a greater transparency in relation to national energy policy formation.
- Leading the demands for greater transparency were the Daily Telegraph (Sydney) and the Wild Life Preservation Society.