episcope


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episcope

(ˈɛpɪˌskəʊp)
n
(Photography) Brit an optical device that projects an enlarged image of an opaque object, such as a printed page or photographic print, onto a screen by means of reflected light. US and Canadian name: opaque projector See also epidiascope
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Latin -- Jones 5, Schwartz 4, Episcope 2, Lundeman 2, Hoplimazier.
This would involve them accepting episcopacy in a personalised form, as opposed to the episcope resting in the Methodist conference.
Enrico R Episcope, regional service manager, Ibrahim al Mamry, Sohar branch manager, Murad al Balushi, senior sales executive, principal Sanchita Verma, vice principal Dr Vinu Kumar, supervisors, office staff and a few students witnessed the inaugural function.
Agreement between different tests was calculated by using software Win Episcope (2.0, Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands) as per Naureenet al.,(2007).
Muhlhausler, and Members of EpiSCOPE, "Epigenetics and human obesity," International Journal of Obesity, vol.
Todos los estimadores se calcularon al 95% de confianza, utilizando el programa Win Episcope.
The main topic of their conversation, Cantwell said, was the episcope, the ministry of oversight--"how that's exercised in our different churches, and what would the path towards mutual recognition of ministries, or of full communion, or just of deeper union or deeper co-operation, look like...what are the barriers, what are the opportunities."
It has also been called 'skin surface microscope', 'epiluminence microscope' or 'episcope.' [1] It works on principal of "transillumination" of lesion and studying it with high magnification to visualize subtle features.