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    Cool More of a sense of beauty

    Can you give me the exact meaning of "More of a" in the following sentence:

    "He allows textural elements such as strings, to create more of a sense of beauty"

    Does it mean "Beyond any sense of beauty"? or "Much more than only the sense of beauty?

    Or perhaps "To increase as much as possible the sense of beauty? or simply "To create a great sense of beauty?

    Thank You.
    Last edited by Bushwhacker; 19-Sep-2007 at 21:21.

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    Re: More of a sense of beauty

    Or perhaps "To increase as much as possible the sense of beauty?


    Yes, this.

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