Clipping allows you to only colour the area that has pixels on the layer below it.
Multiply makes the colour darker, even if it’s the same colour that you’re painting. (It does this by multiplying the hex codes together according to a follower!)
Luminosity is similar to multiply, only instead of darker, it brightens up.
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Some federal agencies resemble corporations in that they function in a businesslike manner and charge clients for their services. Government corporations differ in some important ways from private corporations. For example, government corporations do not have stockholders and do not pay dividends if they make a profit; instead, the government corporation retains all profits.
Independent executive agencies are line organizations that do not fall under the control of any one department. Presidents often like new agencies to be independent so that they have more direct control over them. Congress decides how to fit new independent executive agencies within the existing bureaucracy.
An independent regulatory agency is an agency outside of the cabinet departments that makes and enforces rules and regulations. The president nominates people to regulatory boards and agencies, and the Senate confirms them. Generally, these bureaucrats serve set terms in office and can only be removed for illegal behavior. Regulatory agencies tend to function independently from the elected parts of government, which gives them the freedom to make policy without any political interference.
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Super Delegates: an informal term commonly used for some of the delegates to the Democratic National Convention (most of the super delegates are seated automatically, based solely on their status as current or former party leaders and elected officials and not on primaries or caucuses).
How they give authority to party leaders: When a candidate enters a race they have to fight for the nomination. The more delegates they win, the more legitimate they appear as contenders. The candidate who appears to have the lead is called the front-runner.