Halftone

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Halftone

An engraving used to print an illustration, such as in a book or magazine. This word is most common in publishing.
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However, stewards' secretary Geoff Forster said: "When Jason Weaver pulled his whip through, Half Tone jinked, and there was contact between the first two.
Half Tone, who usually comes from way back with a flying finish, should certainly have this run to suit with so many of his rivals happiest attacking from the front.
We have placed ten concrete bases which are very heavy-each weighing two and half tones down onto the sea bed.
The company is known in the Middle East region for its high quality rotogravure printing in both line and half tones.
Flexo printing has come a long way and it can also produce half tones and solid coverage.
A five and half tones truck, loaded with goods worth thousands of Sudanese Pounds was heading to Nyirol County but gulfed by armed five minutes after leaving Poktap at about 2:00pm local time according to three men who were in the truck.
Advanced Text Enhancement technology removes patterned backgrounds and half tones from scanned images that have text, while Canon's new Auto Color Detection feature generates the proper color or B&W image by automatically distinguishing between the two on scanned documents.
A new PowerPC740 processor ensures that the received data is ready for printing in a very short time, regardless of whether it is plain text, graphics or even illustrations and half tones.
In the first issues, the half tones (reproductions of photographs) were muddy, compared to those in contemporary art magazines.
Theodore Pelton's most recent short stories have appeared in New Delta Review and Half Tones to Jubilee.
It Should Be Able To Produce Clear And Sharp Prints With No Filling-In Or Spreading Of Half Tones Having Good Prints With No Filling-In Or Spreading Of Half Tones Having Good Tint And Good Density Conf.
An innovative toner transfer technique is used to deliver superior graphics quality, crisp half tones, solid blacks, and reliable consistency at unmatched speeds on a wide range of substrates.