episcope


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episcope

(ˈɛpɪˌskəʊp)
n
(Photography) Brit an optical device that projects an enlarged image of an opaque object, such as a printed page or photographic print, onto a screen by means of reflected light. US and Canadian name: opaque projector See also epidiascope
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reports by the eu funded iee project episcope looking at european countries show that on average 11% of the buildings have flat roofs.
Todos los estimadores se calcularon al 95% de confianza, utilizando el programa Win Episcope.
La zona en estudio se dividio en 83 cuadrantes de 5 km cada uno, donde se realizo un muestreo aleatorio de 380 predios campesinos, con la ayuda del software Win Episcope v.
The main topic of their conversation, Cantwell said, was the episcope, the ministry of oversight--"how that's exercised in our different churches, and what would the path towards mutual recognition of ministries, or of full communion, or just of deeper union or deeper co-operation, look like.
We look more to the charismata of God rather than the episcope, because the episcope, in our congregational polity, arises out of the charismata within the local body of believers, in contrast to an episcope funnelled through previous regional or historic authorities.
Episcope Kliment, the Secretary of the Holy Synod, said that at its meeting Thursday the Synod went through all its decisions passed in the past year.
Partiendo de una poblacion total de hembras bufalinas adultas de 667 animales, se calculo el tamano de la muestra para la determinacion de la seroprevalencia, a traves del programa Win episcope 2.
The basic designated system is equipped with manual turret drives and an optical episcope with integrated aiming mark.
Episcopat, episcope, Eglise locale et communion des Eglises dans la constitution apostolique Anglicanorum coetibus, Cristianesimo nella storia 32 (2011) 405-423.