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A French term literally translated as “deceive the eye,” it tricks the viewer into thinking he is looking at a 3-dimensional setting when what he is really seeing is a 2-dimensional

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(pronounced trohp)

Not to be confused with “tripe” (oh, what a difference a vowel can make!), this term means a figure of speech, cliché, or a common or overused theme or

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(pronounced TROHV) Trove is almost always an exciting word. Why? It means a discovery, treasure, or esteemed collection. Example: Initially, Rachelle was