Silverless

Sil´ver`less


a.1.Having no silcver; hence, without money; impecunious.
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For a number of years, some concern has been expressed that digital or silverless photography would make serious inroads into consumption.
See also Charles Caramello's discussion of Moby Dick, "the great American precursor of post-modern American fiction" (54), in his book Silverless Mirrors (54-93).
Except for a sharp decline resulting from an announcement that Xerox would be marketing silverless film technology in the field of graphic arts, the market tended to focus on the continuing improvement in overall supply/demand fundamentals as well as a rising CRB index.