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Can we see something millions of times and still not remember what it looks like cognitive researchers at johns hopkins university say the answer is yes a. Students taking part in a recent ecology field course in borneo described the first male of an elusive species of orb-weaving spider known for its striking red adapting to the quite basic conditions at the dgfc laboratory, the students and their mentors put in use various items they had on hand, including. The labor market quality of immigrants is a subject of debate among immigration researchers, and a major public policy concern however, traditional methods of measuring human capital are particularly difficult to apply to recently arrived immigrants many factors that have a negative effect on entry earnings also increase.
His warm, human pictorial universe, full of personal metaphor, set him apart from much of 20th-century art, with its intellectual deconstruction of objects and arid abstraction as a result, the public has generally loved his work, while the critics were often dismissive, complaining of sentimentality, repetition and the use of stock. The precise meaning of terms like health, healing and wholeness is likely to remain elusive, because the disconcerting openness of the outlook gained from experience alone resists the reduction of first-person judgments (including those of religion) to third-person explanations (including those of science. Define elusive elusive synonyms, elusive pronunciation, elusive translation, english dictionary definition of elusive adj 1 tending to elude capture, perception, comprehension, or memory: an [from latin ēlūsus, past participle of ēlūdere, to elude see elude] eˈlusively adv eˈlusiveness n usage: see at illusory. Synonyms for elusive at thesauruscom with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions find descriptive alternatives for elusive word origin & history 1719, from latin elus-, past participle stem of eludere (see elude) + -ive related: elusiveness.