a technique for producing shading, texture, or tone in line drawings and photographs by overlaying a fine screen or a pattern of dots on the original artwork, on a negative of it, or on the plate before etching.
(printing) a method of adding texture, shading, or detail to line drawings by overlaying a transparent sheet of dots or any other pattern during platemaking
David, 1886–1973, Israeli statesman, born in Poland: prime minister of Israel 1948–53, 1955–63. Contemporary Examples Breaking Down Israel’s Orthodox Monopoly, One Rabbi at a Time Brent E. Sasley May 30, 2013 Overcast With A Chance Of Rockets Ehud Zion Waldoks November 22, 2012 Eichmann Trial Reconsidered Deborah Lipstadt April 12, 2011 The Coming Kulturkampf? Yehudah […]
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a historical novel (1880) by Lew Wallace. Contemporary Examples Vidal Kicks Up Dust Again Lloyd Grove October 20, 2009 Bill & Chelsea Step Out Michael Daly November 8, 2011 Running the World Michael Chertoff July 24, 2009 Historical Examples Turns about Town Robert Cortes Holliday Famous Authors (Men) E. F. (Edward Francis) Harkins Lige on […]
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a mountain in central Scotland, in Stirlingshire, on the E shore of Loch Lomond. 3192 feet (975 meters). Historical Examples The History of Tasmania , Volume II (of 2) John West Tam O’ The Scoots Edgar Wallace Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends John Keats Rollo in Scotland Jacob Abbott Brave Old […]
a mountain in NW Scotland, in the Grampians: highest peak in Great Britain. 4406 feet (1345 meters). one of the Leeward Islands, in the E West Indies: part of St. Kitts-Nevis; formerly a British colony. 50 sq. mi. (130 sq. km). Compare St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla. Ben. Ben Nevis. Historical Examples Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, No. […]