Too young to remember the crash of 2008 in vivid detail, Fox has been slinging stocks while on the set for the last few years.
It also reveals in vivid visual form the precise contour of the transition.
He supplies a vivid picture of a tyrannical state that eradicated political opposition with chilling efficiency.
1630s, from Latin vividus "spirited, animated, lively," from vivus "alive," from PIE *gwei- (see vital). Extension to colors is first recorded 1660s. Sense of "strong, distinct" (as of memories, etc.) is from 1680s; that of "very active or intense" (as of imagination, interest, etc.) is from 1853. Related: Vividly; vividness.
A numerical constraint-oriented language.
["VIVID: The Kernel of a Knowledge Representation Environment Based on the Constraints Paradigm of Computation", J. Maleki, Proc 20th Annual Hawaii Intl Conf on System Sciences (Jan 1987) pp.591-597].