And then let the mavens of transparency do the work to raise the questions that trust in an open and free government depends upon.
Space Age chic, transparency, and even a bit of DayGlo surfaced on the catwalks.
Victims groups continue to claim that the church is unresponsive to their pleas for transparency.
“Women bring an interest in transparency and openness in government, and there may be a reluctance toward doing that,” says Walsh.
“transparency is what we need in our electoral system to ensure that every vote does count,” True explains.
Beroviero looked at them critically, tried their weight, and noticed their transparency.
That lamp was her charming soul, which exposed to view the transparency of her flesh.
He would like it to have the peculiar delicacy, paleness, and transparency belonging specially to its own material.
The transparency of this sentence is not unlike the transparency of corrugated glass.
Religions of this type possess of course the merit of simplicity, transparency, and finality.
1610s, "condition of being transparent," from Medieval Latin transparentia, from transparentem (see transparent). Meaning "that which is transparent" is from 1590s; of pictures, prints, etc., from 1785; in photography from 1866.