from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of artifact.
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- n. Alternative spelling of artifact, perhaps more common in Commonwealth of Nations English.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as artifact.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See artifact.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a man-made object taken as a whole
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What if the cultural artefact is appropriated from a dominant culture by a member of another dominant culture?
SO you have bought the surround sounds amp & speakers. the speaker stands and all the wires. you have bought the best sound you can afford … … … … then settle on an inferior picture because of the size of tv, you say that you have limited floor space so what are you doing with it NOW, are you displaying some rare and ancient artefact, is your new stand taken up that same space you needed so much or do you just have more floor to clean.
The list is an artefact from a creative, experiential process.’
Writing in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science PNAS, they say the artefact is the earliest worked gold found not only in the Andes, but the Americas as well.
The plot has a group of characters searching for a priceless Native American artefact, which is pinched during a poker game at a casino.
~ Bursting dark energy's bubble -- "Theorist suggests mysterious force could be an 'artefact' of a void in space."
He arrived as I was puzzling over the design of an incomprehensible, for the moment, Gurlenian "artefact" brought in by Zealor.
Snapshot Artefact Treat content you created in wiki as an "artefact" • freeze project wiki after completing project: garden it right and move on • make a hard copy: • write wiki on a CD for each participant • publish selected wiki content is a separate website 25
Location: cz yes, yes. to be sure i will form the question once more. its not about flicker. degrain (degrain1) and probably v. coherence cause that when there is a small movement of bigger area, sometimes this area doesnot move as whole, but by parts. tried fft3dfilter, which was able to remove this 'artefact' but. but blurs alot. tried to have same frame with 1pixel up/dn/left/right shift and do temporalfiltering on them. or corrector on them.
You can select just what you want – and create an artefact which is and isn’t ‘real life.’