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mi·cro·print

 (mī′krə-prĭnt′)
n.
The printed or positive reproduction of a microphotograph.
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microprint

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌprɪnt)
n
(Photography) a microphotograph reproduced on paper and read by a magnifying device. It is used in order to reduce the size of large books, etc
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mi•cro•print

(ˈmaɪ krəˌprɪnt)

n.
a microphotograph reproduced in print for reading by a magnifying device.
[1930–35]
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The main feature of the certificate is the security paper which is made using ultraviolet ink, troy mark, microprint, pantograph, secure code, print code and digitally print and seal if ICAT.
The error, which is extremely hard to see with the naked eye, is in microprint just next to Edith Cowan, the first female member of an Australian parliament.
The mistake in the banknote is in the microprint of the bank note, which includes parts of Cowan's first speech to the Western Australian Parliament.
It has multiple security features -- including microprint of a speech by Australia's first female parliamentarian, Edith Cowan.
Other security features incorporated within the new banknote include tactile intaglio print and a tactile feature in the form of raised bumps to help the visually impaired distinguish between different denominations, ultra-violet fluorescent print, microprint and a rolling colour effect visible from both sides of the banknote.
He said that currency commonly exhibits the highest quality (smallest size) of microprint because it demands the highest level of counterfeiting deterrence.
Its reverse, features the Tayabak, a Philippine endemic plant, the BSP logo and "Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas" in microprint. The differences between the two coins can be gleaned by feeling, looking and tilting them.
studied the effects of stress fields and hydrogen trapping on hydrogen transport in high-strength steels using hydrogen microprint technique and promoted the hydrogen transport by an applied stress field [11].
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On the large numeral, the letters "RBNZ" are in microprint. On the front of the note, the foil inside the window reads "RBNZ 10 TE PUTEA MATUA 10".
These include the use of serialized labels and cartons, and other more sophisticated technologies for layering microprint on labels, using variable data barcodes and UV invisible marks.