from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a photographic manner.
- adv. Using photography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By means of, or as regards, photography; as in a photograph.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by photographic means
19 Particles liberated by neutrons did not leave an imprint unless the photographic plates where desensitized by means of pinakryptol yellow. 20 As a consequence of this first success in photographically detecting the ionization protons and explaining the effect of desensibilization, Blau was invited by the German photographic giant Agfa, "as their guest of honor" and a medal was bestowed upon her by the Photographic Association.
It’s easily done, especially as the charts are reproduced photographically from the old leaflets. “l” means “1 Masche links stricken”, i.e., purl (I think). “1” means “1 mal unschlagen”, i.e., yo.
It sort of peeled the body, speaking photographically, which is an awkward way of saying it, taking X-ray pictures at different depths.
Tilda Swinton and a photographer were going at it (photographically, that is).
Or the Danish-American social documentary photographer Jacob Riss who used his talents -- both photographically, and as an organizer -- to expose harsh slum conditions, developing "model tenements" and implementing child labor laws?
It's a serious question that the movie has the good grace to take whimsically, though there's no contest photographically between present and past.
She tries sex workshops and tantra festivals, encounters with "body workers" and "erotic masseurs" – and is never less than stringently, photographically and sometimes touchingly honest about the detail of what she does and precisely how it makes her feel, both sexually and emotionally.
And just to show you that this post isn't a partisan attack, let's not forget the similarly bad decision making of also-recently-resigned Republican Congressman Christopher Lee's Craigslist sexually suggestive and photographically explicit exchanges with a woman.
The Pencil of Nature was one of the very first photographically illustrated books.
We chose this vaguely old-fashioned technique because it was much cheaper than photographically separating a painting and Eric knew how to do it from his training in art-school.
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