back light

back light

n
1. (Photography) light falling on a photographic or television subject from the rear
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And with that voice sounding in her ear, little Annie woke to find it was a dream; but like other dreams it did not pass away; and as she sat alone, bathed in the rosy morning light, and watched the forest waken into life, she thought of the strange forms she had seen, and, looking down upon the flower on her breast, she silently resolved to strive, as she had striven in her dream, to bring back light and beauty to its faded leaves, by being what the Fairy hoped to render her, a patient, gentle little child.
The new founded company "PicturAlive" developed innovative products and processes to fix all these disadvantages and produce shiny pictures that can be displayed beautifully with back light on or off.
1-400" wc range, rubber boot, back light, intrinsically safe fm approved test gauge.
The keys were still in the ignition and the engine was running when the man claimed a back light was out.
The latest interpretation of Chrysler's eggcrate grille flows into the long hood, while the arced roof and rising belt line are accentuated by a raked hatch with a back light that sweeps around the C-pillars.
Water has got into the back light of my car and is leaking into the boot.
Illumination includes the patented LED SmartRing light, coaxial (TTL) surface illuminator, fiber optic ring light, and LED back light.
20% by the Marubeni group and 10% by Japan's major back light maker Fujitsu Kasei Ltd.
makers of vintage Negro League baseball apparel, purchased an extended warranty for his electronic organizer through a third party, he had problems getting the back light replaced.
com's Back Light Family, IDHMs are offered in 46 size and wavelength configurations.