- adj. Of, pertaining to, or generated using thermography
“In recent years, the USDA has added technologies such as thermographic scanners and other protocols to bolster HPA enforcement.”
“Even if we conducted a formal university-based experiment and successfully replicated the basic findings many times using different mediums, healers, and deceased spirits; objective biophysical measures, such as supersensitive thermographic cameras; and convincingly ruling out any reasonable possibility of fraud, the findings would not justify the definitive conclusion that Dr. Jones, or any spirit, deceased or otherwise, had shown up.”
“Look at that single color half-tone screened thermographic packaging!”
“Associated Press A quarantine officer monitored travelers with a thermographic device at an arrival gate at Narita International Airport in Japan.”
“The view was a thermographic display of nine warm-blooded entities arranged along the ridgeline overlooking the hunting ground.”
“More sophisticated professional audits employ high-tech devices, including "blower door" fans, which lower indoor air pressure and enable technicians to measure draft levels, and infrared (thermographic) scanning, which can measure surface temperature variations and thus spot air leaks and poor insulation.”
“But the real "aha" came when Mr. Puleo's boss, Joe Novella, arrived with an infrared camera that produced thermographic images of warm and cold areas; it's a tool Energy Star recommends along with the blower door.”
“I have also heard that many insurance carriers will not cover these thermographic tests, because they are not in the mainstream yet.”
“He was shown how to add thermographic paper, and change toner, and generally avoid being electrocuted.”
“Install the tool on your web site, wait for a certain period of time to analyze how visitors use it (1,000 to 1,500 page views are apparently the minimum) and let UserHeat display the result via “thermographic” images that are superimposed over your site (sample heat map for a Japanese site selling contact lenses).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘thermographic’.
... to use these words in spoken English and reap esteem. In the SPOKEN corpus of the COCA (full corpus: 450 million words) none of these occur.
Paper, things you can do with paper, and other materials you can write on.
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