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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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Gustafson's sophisticated system of using square brackets, dashes, "ticks," half-tones, and cue-sized symbols allows him to combine texts without creating artificial composites, as materials and emendations taken from concordant sources are clearly distinguished from those supplied exclusively on editorial initiative.
1988 opening of the Wild California Hall, a small spiral-bound booklet, "Wild California" (Anonymous, 1988), was issued containing comments and half-tone illustrations of the incorporated dioramas, of which two of the backgrounds were by CBH, Desert Floor (formerly, Desert Bird Group), and Montane Slope (formerly, Grizzly Bear Group) (Fig.
Georges Rodenbach (1855-1898, a Belgian author who lived in Paris and wrote in French), published his novel Bruges-la-Morte in 1892, with 35 half-tone reproductions of original photographs supplied by the Parisian 'image banks' J.
This format is usually recommended for representing black and white photographs, half-tone illustrations, and other two-dimensional representations that convey shading or variation in ink density.
We welcome submission of graphic scores or other art connected with music, and solicit submissions of purely visual material for publication here and there in the journal (half-tone).
More than 600 pages long, with 302 half-tone and 24 color photographs, and nearly 2000 drawings, it covers the architecture of the Islamic world from Spain to Central Asia between the eighth and the seventeenth centuries.
The book is well illustrated, with four maps and numerous half-tone photographs.
Fax features include a 256Kb reception memory, 32-shade half-tone reproduction, a 10-sheet automatic document feeder, customized header print capability and timed transmission of up to 10 pages with 24-hour delay.
Mossberg has been using the new process as a replacement for conventional half-tone screening in about 5 percent of its projects for the past six months.
Of all the little thumbnail squares of colour on a six-page fold-out chart it was the only colour which was clear, which was not muddy not a half-tone not a dim shade of something better.
The major historical and social movements that would logically affect the news during that century are (intentionally) avoided, including the great exodus to the wild west, the invention of photography in 1839, the changing modes of transportation, the California gold rush, the Civil War, Lincoln's assassination, the reconstruction of the South, the invention of electric lights, the proliferation of the telegraph, the invention of the half-tone process in 1879, and the invention of the dry-film camera in 1888.
The choice of illustrations, both half-tone and line-drawings, and the careful cross-referencing of entries make this book a compelling compendium of ideas and images.