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Definition of the adjective alabastrine
What does alabastrine mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of or resembling alabaster
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by Edward John Wall
Alabastrine Process. An old process for improving the colour of wet collodion glass positives.
by Dr. Baljit Singh
Containing Concise and Explanatory Articles by Edward John Wall
Alabastrine Process. An old wet-plate process for improving the colour of glass positives. It can be applied to gelatine negatives in the following manner ( absolute freedom from stains and hypo being a sine qud nori) : — Soak the negative in ...
—Alabastrine positive, in photog...a collodion positive on glass, in which the light portions of the picture have been bleached and rendered permanently white in a bath of bichlorid of mercury, alcohol, and nitric and hydrochloric acids. ala rites ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
—Alabastrine £ tive, in photog...a collodion positive on glass, in which the light portions of the picture have been bleached and rendered permanently white in a bath of bichlorid of mercury, alcohol, and nitric and hydrochloric acids. ala rites ...
by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott
Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names
—Alabastrine positive, in photog., a collodion positive on glass, in which the light portions of the picture have been bleached and rendered permanently white in a bath of bichlorid of mercury, alcohol, and nitric and hydrochloric acids.
A Dictionary of Photography (1867)
by Thomas Sutton, George Dawson
Alabastrine Positives. This is a term applied to collodion positives, in which the film, after being coloured with dry pigments, is rendered permeable to varnish, and thus shows the colour in the collodion itself. There have been many methods ...
The Physical Dictionary ... The Sixth Edition: with the Addition of Many Thousand Terms of Art, and Their Explanation ... Also a Catalogue of the Characters Us'd in Physick, Etc (1715)
by Steven BLANCKAERT
Unguentum Cephalalgicum, an Ointment for the Head-ach : Take the Alabastrine Ointment, and that of Roses, of each two ounces; of Opium one dram, Saffron half a drama, Oil of Nutmegs one dram ; of these make an Ointment, and therewith ...
The Physical Dictionary, Wherein the Terms of Anatomy, the Names and Causes of Diseases, Chirurgical Instruments, and Their Use, are Accurately Described ... The Seventh Edition, Etc (1726)
by Steven BLANCKAERT
Unguentum de Alabastro, Alabastrine Ointment ; 'tis good for Head-achs, the Forehead and Temples being anointed with it. Unguentum Apostolorum, the Apostles Ointment; it cleanses old finuous Ulcers,andeatsdown proud Flefh. Unguentum ...
by John Hannavy
The Alabastrine process was a variant of the Ambrotype invented by Frederick Scott Archer in 1851: ...
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Video shows what alabastrine means. Of, pertaining to, or like, alabaster.. Alabastrine Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
Scrabble value of A1L1A1B3A1S1T1R1I1N1E1
The value of this 11-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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