rotograph

rotograph

(ˈrəʊtəˌɡrɑːf)
n
a photograph, esp of a manuscript or book, which is printed white on black
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All the lateral cephalograms were taken by the same operator on Rotograph Plus at 80 kvp, 10 mA and 0.
The publisher is the Rotograph Company of New York, although the card is clearly related to the St Louis World's Fair series issued by Adolph Selige Publishing Company.
The Company formally unveiled its new Rotograph Digital (TM) Panoramic X-Ray machine and software at this major international exhibition under its Dent-X brand.
The Rotograph Digital is a critically strategic product launch for the Company, as it is targeting one of the fastest growing market segments today: value-priced, high quality, digital panoramic x-ray machines.
Dent-X has sold the analog film-based version of the Rotograph Plus for many years.
11) For a biographical sketch of Mullah Shah Badakhshi's lift and works see Tawakkul Beg's Sufi treatise, Nuskhah-i Ahwal-i-Shahi (Persian), MS British Museum, 3203, Rotograph (No.
All the lateral cephalograms were taken by the same trained operator on Rotograph Plus, cephalostat machine at 80 kvp, 10 mA and 0.
The Lateral cephalogram of the patients were taken with Rotograph Plus at 80 kvp, 10 ma and 0.
Esteves Pereira published the Portuguese text of de Andrada's Annual Letter of August 15, 1626, from rotographs.
letters from Tibet and Mogor (1624-28), of which I have rotographs in my possession: a laborious piece of work, but which made me jot down at the same time whatever movements of the Mogor and Tibet personnel I could discover.
3) You admitted your own scores were made from copied parts and that you had not been yourself to the originals, yet when the rotographs were sent you make no use of them at all.