from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A style of calico-printing in which ordinary pigments are mechanically fixed on the fabric by means of albuminous cement.
- n. A photographic process in which the image consists of a pigment held in gelatin. The colors used are standard brown, engraving black, sepia, and red chalk.
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