Definition of Transparencies

1. Noun. (plural of transparency) ¹



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Definition of Transparencies

1. transparency [n] - See also: transparency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transparencies

transonance
transonances
transondent
transonic
transorbital
transorbital leukotomy
transorbital lobotomy
transorbitals
transosseous venography
transovarial transmission
transpacific
transpadane
transpalatine
transparence
transparences
transparencies (current term)
transparency
transparent
transparent dentin
transparent gem
transparent quartz
transparent septum
transparent substance
transparent ulcer of the cornea
transparentize
transparentized
transparentizes
transparently
transparentness
transparietal

Literary usage of Transparencies

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1. Naturalistic Photography for Students of the Art by Peter Henry Emerson (1890)
"transparencies, LANTERN AND STEREOSCOPIC SUDES. ... industrial and educational purposes transparencies of all kinds are valuable, ..."

2. The Science and Practice of Photography: An Elementary Textbook on the by John Ransom Roebuck (1918)
"transparencies—The most obvious way to make a positive is by exposing another plate ... The larger sizes made this way go by the name of transparencies, ..."

3. Instruction in Photography by William de Wiveleslie Abney (1900)
"CHAPTER XXXII PRODUCTION OF transparencies AND ENLARGEMENTS THE production of lantern ... Camera transparencies. — When it is determined to use the camera, ..."

4. Photography in Colours: A Text-book for Amateurs and Students of Physics by George Lindsay Johnson (1915)
"The reproduction of colour transparencies on to paper so that they can be ... In fact, the difficulty of reproducing colour transparencies has been the main ..."

5. The American Amateur Photographer (1903)
"transparencies FOR ENLARGED NEGATIVES. We have repeatedly referred to the advantages of carbon transparencies for the production of enlarged negatives, ..."

6. Modern Dry Plates: Or, Emulsion Photography by Josef Maria Eder (1881)
"transparencies with Gelatine Plates.—These can readily be produced by exposing ... transparencies cau be employed for the reproduction of negatives, ..."

7. The Book of the Lantern: Being a Practical Guide to the Working of the by Thomas Cradock Hepworth (1889)
"OK COLOURING PHOTOGRAPHIC transparencies FOB LANTERN SLIDES. giving directions for colouring lantern transparencies, I am quite aware that many persons will ..."

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