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stereophotographic

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to stereophotography.

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Examples

  • My paper is titled "Putting Literature into Context: The Red Badge of Courage through the Stereoscope Creating Historical, Cultural, and Language Contexts of Literary Works for the English as a Foreign Language Classroom through Stereoscopic Presentation" and deals with ways one can increase student interest and knowledge and understanding of a literary work by placing it into historical and cultural context through stereophotographic exhibtion.

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  • My paper is titled "Putting Literature into Context: The Red Badge of Courage through the Stereoscope Creating Historical, Cultural, and Language Contexts of Literary Works for the English as a Foreign Language Classroom through Stereoscopic Presentation" and deals with ways one can increase student interest and knowledge and understanding of a literary work by placing it into historical and cultural context through stereophotographic exhibtion.

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  • Back in 1982 he helped Blaise Bullimore, now senior marine conservation officer for CCW but then at Swansea University, to establish a long-term monitoring site Skomer's North Wall with regular stereophotographic.

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  • This camera has the advantage of being completely unique as it the first ever digital stereophotographic camera.

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  • This camera has the advantage of being completely unique as it the first ever digital stereophotographic camera.

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  • This camera has the advantage of being completely unique as it the first ever digital stereophotographic camera.

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