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Definition of Resensitize
1. sensitize [v -TIZED, -TIZING, -TIZES] - See also: sensitize
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Literary usage of Resensitize
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biographic Clinics by George Milbry Gould (1903)
"In order to resensitize it a change or cessation of the stimulus must be insured at least every few seconds. Hence the elaboration of at least twelve ..."
2. The American Amateur Photographer (1891)
"The idea is simply to resensitize those portions only of the print which are left blank for the sky. Take a finished print, damp it and hang it upside down ..."
3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1909)
"One day he placed an exposed plate in a closet, intending at some future time to take it out and clean it and resensitize it. After leaving it there for a ..."
4. A Manual of Photoengraving: Containing Practical Instructions for Producing by Harry Jenkins, Stephen H. Horgan, Frederic Eugene Ives (1902)
"Just how to resensitize dry plates for special sensitiveness to the red has been carefully described. The danger of halation, the necessity of a reliable ..."
5. Horgan's Half-tone and Photomechanical Processes by Stephen Henry Horgan (1913)
"Just how to resensitize dry plates for special sensitiveness to the red has been carefully described. The clanger of halation, the necessity of a reliable ..."
6. The Law of Struggle by Hyman Segal (1918)
"... sensitiveness in spots of our consciousness after the occurrence of experiences, intuition is the ability to remember or resensitize past experiences, ..."
7. A Manual of Photography: Founded on Hardwich's Photographic Chemistry by George Dawson, Thomas Frederick Hardwich (1873)
"All that we know practically is, that solutions of certain organic bodies applied to a sensitized and washed Collodion film, resensitize it, so to speak, ..."