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  • 1enlarged image — padidintas vaizdas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. enlarged image vok. vergrößertes Bild, n rus. увеличенное изображение, n pranc. image agrandie, f …

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  • 2Enlarged image — Увеличенное изображение …

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  • 3image agrandie — padidintas vaizdas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. enlarged image vok. vergrößertes Bild, n rus. увеличенное изображение, n pranc. image agrandie, f …

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  • 4Image scanner — Desktop scanner, with the lid raised. An object has been laid on the glass, ready for scanning …

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  • 5microscope — /muy kreuh skohp /, n. 1. an optical instrument having a magnifying lens or a combination of lenses for inspecting objects too small to be seen or too small to be seen distinctly and in detail by the unaided eye. 2. (cap.) Astron. the… …

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  • 6Microscope — An optical instrument that augments the power of the eye to see small objects. The name microscope was coined by Johannes Faber (1574 1629) who in 1628 borrowed from the Greek to combined micro , small with skopein, to view. Although the first… …

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  • 7Optical microscope — Microscope Uses Small sample observation Notable experiments Discovery of cells Inventor Hans Lippershey Zacharias Jans …

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  • 8microreader — “+ noun Etymology: micr + reader : an apparatus that gives an enlarged image of a microphotograph suitable for reading or viewing * * * /muy kroh ree deuhr/, n. a device for projecting an enlarged image of a microfilm or microphotograph, esp. on… …

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  • 9Unsharp masking — is an image manipulation technique now familiar to many users of digital image processing software, but it seems to have been first used in Germany in the 1930s as a way of increasing the acutance, or apparent sharpness, of photographic images.… …

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  • 10Microscope — This article is about microscopes in general. For light microscopes, see optical microscope. Microscope Us …

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  • 11Airglow — Dayglow Nightglow Airglow (also called night …

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  • 12Darkroom — For other uses, see Darkroom (disambiguation). A dark room in a high school, which is part of the school s photography classroom. A darkroom is a room that can be made completely dark to allow the processing of light sensitive photographic… …

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  • 13Durga Puja 2007 — Durga Puja 2007, or the five day Durga Puja festival honouring the Goddess Durga, was celebrated with vigour from 2007 10 17 (ষষ্টী, shashthi) to 2007 10 21(দশমী, dashami), all over the lands where Hindu Bengalis and other Eastern Indian peoples… …

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  • 14Projection clock — A projection clock (also called ceiling clock) is an analog or digital clock equipped with a projector that creates an enlarged image of the clock face on any suitable projection screen, most often the ceiling. They are not very complex, and can… …

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  • 15Microfilm reader — is a device used for reading of documents stored as microform. Microform includes Flat Film, Microfilm, Aperture Cards, Microfiche, and ultra fiche. Using open reels or cassettes, Microfilm is often used as a way to store many documents in a… …

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  • 16photomicrographs —    A photograph made through a compound microscope and may be a greatly enlarged image of a small area. A similarly enlarged photograph may be prepared with only a lens of very short focal length and is accurately termed a photomacrograph. It is… …

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  • 17Monster Pig — Jamison Stone poses with slain pig. The authenticity of the photo has been disputed. Monster Pig (or Pigzilla) was a controversial 2007 story that initially ran in the news media as a report (and a series of accompanying photographs) of an eleven …

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  • 18electron microscope — n an electron optical instrument in which a beam of electrons is used to produce an enlarged image of a minute object electron microscopist n electron microscopy n * * * a microscope that uses a beam of electrons as a radiation source for viewing …

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  • 19opaque projector —    A device using a bright lamp, lens and mirrors to project an enlarged image of an opaque image or object onto a flat surface, usually so that its image may be traced. At the end of the nineteenth century, it replaced a somewhat similar device… …

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  • 20Compound microscope — Microscope Mi cro*scope, n. [Micro + scope.] An optical instrument, consisting of a lens, or combination of lenses, for making an enlarged image of an object which is too minute to be viewed by the {naked eye}. [1913 Webster] {Compound… …

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