Anastatic


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An`a`stat´ic


a.1.Pertaining to a process or a style of printing from characters in relief on zinc plates.
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Anastatic reprint, with an introduction by Luigi Oliveto and a note by Vittorio Sgarbi.
On the social, organic, and "anastatic" (resurrectional) strands, see McClendon, Ethics, 49-55, 85-118,165-191, 245-277; McClendon, "Three Strands of Christian Ethics," in The Collected Works of James Wm.
Another idea is formulated in his essay on Anastatic Printing and concerns the fact that poetic beauty must have the quality of strangeness, of novelty: "'There is no exquisite beauty,' says Bacon, 'without some strangeness in the proportions.' The philosopher had reference, here, to beauty in its common acceptation; but the remark is equally applicable to all the forms of beauty--that is to say, to everything which arouses profound interest in the heart or intellect of man.
Dizionario storico-blasonico delle famiglie nobili italiane estinte e fiorenti, II, (anastatic reprint) Forni Editore, Bologna.
Atmos 1.50, Atmul 84 and Dimul S food-grade mold-release, anastatic and antifogging agents for polyolefins and PVC.
Valdemar", "Mesmeric Revelation", "The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion", "The Power of Words", "The Colloquy of Monos and Una", "Von Kempelen and His Discovery", "Cabs", "A Moving Chapter", "Street Paving", "Wooden Pavement", "Try a Mineralized Pavement", "The Daguerreotype", "Anastatic Printing", and "A Chapter on Science and Art." 4 CDs, 4 hours 39 minutes.