chromograph

chromograph

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CBIRF uses all standard DOD chemical detection equipment and papers, the mass spectograph/gas chromograph, and a more sophisticated mobile lab.
When the Roxanan telescope and a still larger telescope on Oron are trained on each other, the astronomers of the two planets can, with the aid of another device called a chromograph (combining the functions of a color television and a fax machine), communicate through a color language.
The shapes and the use of a gold chromograph are new to Gien.
*Awarded The Flink Ink (UK) Prize for Excellence in Printmaking and the Chromograph Prize (Printmaking).
Emerson's Essays, her relative possessed "three different books about [the Titanic], and in the dining room, facing his place at the table, hung a chromograph of the ship going down: the iceberg, the rising steam, people struggling in the water, everything, in full color" (245-46).
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Gas Chromograph Mass Spectrometer System
She sees chromographs, visual representations of historical events such as the sinking of the Lusitania; odd collections of books (D.W.
opening description of a local museum recalls the chromographs of
In the cold, cold parlor my mother laid out Arthur beneath the chromographs: Edward, Prince of Wales, with Princess Alexandra, and King George with Queen Mary.
(London: Baillere, Tindall & Cox, 1952); Davis Parke, Co., Anatomical Chromographs of the Human Male and the Human Female (Detroit: Parke, Davis & Co., 1958); David Sinclair, An Introduction to Functional Anatomy, 2d.