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film strip

n
1. (Photography) a strip of film composed of different images projected separately as slides
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the subject of the contract is the purchase and delivery of equipment and equipment for military archives film strip scanner 1 item scanner for digitizing microfilms 1 item scanner to digitize archival resource 1 item a detailed description of the subject of the contract is included in annex 1 to the tor placed on the contracting authority~s website.
It was housed in the mythical Chronocinegines, an instrument that became a pioneer in the history of timekeeping, as it provided judges with a film strip composed of a series of prints at 1/100th of a second, allowing them to follow the movement of the athletes at the moment they crossed the finish line.
"This is a work I did using water samples from the Beirut River and I isolated the bacteria on cultured petri dishes and then reinoculated them on a 120 millimeter film strip," Tabet told The Daily Star, "so what you're seeing is the interaction of the bacteria with the celluloid film, giving a microscopic portrait of the Beirut River.
Based on the FDA's feedback, the company is planning to complete a single-dose, crossover study in a small number of epilepsy patients comparing DBF and Diastat dosing and, in parallel, advance plans for filing an NDA in 2019.Libervant is a novel formulation of diazepam as a small, thin film strip for placement inside the cheek.
The iconic design of a globe wrapped in a film strip remains at the top.
Sympazan is a small, thin film strip that is placed on the tongue where it dissolves.
Filmmaker Stan Brakhage reanimated dead moths by painstakingly affixing the remains of these insects, with leaves and flower petals, onto a 16mm film strip, and fed it through the projector, creating the illusion of life through light.
Most if not all microfilm scan OEMs today, have the concept of a virtual film strip in software, which means that all of the scanned images for a roll or part of a roll, become available on-screen, post-scanning, and ready for final quality control and adjustment either an image at a time, images in batches.
The visitor observed them, one after another, following the rhythmic arrangement of the photos along a double horizontal line, as though browsing through the frames of a film strip from an abstract movie.
As the historian Larry Cuban (1986, 2003) has pointed out many times, new technologies--from the chalkboard to the film strip to the iPad--have always been hailed as game changers for the nation's schools.
For 40 years, Imax meant a 70-mm film strip run horizontally and projected on a four-story screen.
A film strip runs along the centre of the carriage floor and roof, providing a specially lit pathway as you take in the various sights," he said.