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mac·ro·graph

 (măk′rō-grăf′)
n.
A representation of an object that is at least as large as the object.

macrograph

(ˈmækrəʊˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf)
n
(Art Terms) a photograph, drawing, etc, in which an object appears as large as or several times larger than the original
macrographic adj

macrograph

- A life-size drawing or representation.
See also related terms for representation.

macrograph

a drawing, photograph, or other image that represents an object or scène with little or no magnification.
See also: Representation
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The writing is macrographic with unequal size of letters.
Figure 7 (a) is a macrographic photograph of the fracture.
CSIRO launched the Vectorgram in 2002; this improved foil-based OVD features pixellated or track based images, with pixels at 30 x 30 microns, and it can incorporate hidden micrographic and macrographic images.