an early negative-positive photographic process, patented by William Henry Talbot in 1841, in which a paper negative is produced and then used to make a positive contact print in sunlight.
a print made by this process.
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an early photographic process invented by W. H. Fox Talbot, in which the image was produced on paper treated with silver iodide and developed by sodium thiosulphite
a photograph made by this process
a monk of the Eastern Church. Historical Examples Visits To Monasteries in the Levant Robert Curzon noun a monk of the Greek Orthodox Church, esp of the Basilian Order
a large black cap of sheepskin or other heavy material, worn by Armenians, Turks, etc. Historical Examples The Works Of Lord Byron, Vol. 3 (of 7) Lord Byron Journal of a Visit to Constantinople and Some of the Greek Islands in the Spring and Summer of 1833 John Auldjo noun a large black brimless hat […]
a protein that is activated by calcium ions in some synapses and in erythrocytes can affect proteins important in determining cellular shape and deformability; a calcium-activated neutral protease.
ancient name of the Rock of Gibraltar. Historical Examples A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I. Jacob Bryant The Geography of Strabo, Volume I (of 3) Strabo The Rulers of the Mediterranean Richard Harding Davis The Overland Guide-book James Barber The Blind Mother and The Last Confession Hall Caine The Blind […]