halation


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ha·la·tion

 (hā-lā′shən)
n.
1. A blurring or spreading of light around bright areas on a photographic image.
2. A glow around a bright object on a television screen.

halation

(həˈleɪʃən)
n
(Photography) photog fogging usually seen as a bright ring surrounding a source of light: caused by reflection from the back of the film
[C19: from halo + -ation]

ha•la•tion

(heɪˈleɪ ʃən, hæ-)

n.
a blurred effect around the edges of highlight areas in a photographic image.
[1855–60; hal (o) + -ation]
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The form is solid - the winner led the stands' side group home in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot last time - and Halation looks set for another good run despite a 2lb rise in the weights.
Ralph Beckett''s colt made a solid turf debut at Sandown towards the end of July when he got to within a length of the 90-rated Halation, who is progressing nicely.
Ralph Beckett's colt made a solid turf debut at Sandown towards the end of July when he got to within a length of the 90-rated Halation, who is progressing nicely.
Ralph Beckett's colt made a solid turf debut at Sandown towards the end of July when he was within a length of the 90-rated Halation, who is progressing nicely.
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