macrography

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ma·crog·ra·phy

 (mə-krŏg′rə-fē)
n.
1. Examination of objects with the unaided eye.
2. Abnormally large handwriting.

macrography

abnormally large handwriting, often the result of a nervous disorder in the writer.
See also: Writing
study or examination of an object with the naked eye as contrasted with examination under the microscope.
See also: Eyes
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The genre of still life painting has existed since ancient Rome, and is most often associated with rhopography, the small, incidental, everyday things in life, where nothing significant is happening--the opposite of megalography, history painting and great heroic deeds.