Ben Day


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Ben Day

also ben·day or Ben·day  (bĕn-dā′)
n.
A method of adding a tone to a printed image by imposing a transparent sheet of dots or other patterns on the image at some stage of a photographic reproduction process.

[After Benjamin Henry Day (1838-1916), American printer.]
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By the 29th minute the Wilmslow lead was extended to 28-0 with a try from Ben Day.
About Ben Day: Prior to joining IBPSA as COO, Day served on the association's advisory board since 2011.
The 48-year-old said he thinks of Swans-supporting Ben day in, day out.
Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Ben Day Care Centre, registered charity no.297877, may be sent direct to them at Arthur Wilson House, Humber Road, Coventry, CV3 1LL.
The schedule of events and entry form for the Bright Red 4 Ben day at Todburn will be available at www.todburnequestriancentre.co.uk , or via Facebook, where there will also be a link to the Bright Red Just Giving page.
* Jonata Dayan and Jonathan Ben Day an represented 57 West 38th Street in the building's lease to Matthijseen Business Systems, an IT service provider, which took 2,750 s/f.
One student already benefiting from an apprenticeship at SRC is 19-year-old Ben Day, right, from Middlesbrough.
Wilmslow replied with tries from Christian Lille and Ben Day and a penalty from Josh Longmore.
Others among the many entries include Ben Jacques-Maynes of Bissell Pro Cycling, ranked fourth by USA Cycling; Ben Day of Fly V Australia, ranked fifth by USA Cycling; and former overall winners Jonathan Page of Team Planet Bike (2005), and Jacob Rytlewski of Kenda p/b Geargrinder (2007).
Guests enjoyed an entertaining fashion show, compered by 107.3fm Touch Radio's Ben Day, as well as live music performances throughout the evening.