If they are colorizing most of their product, they will probably want to screen
out most of the fines, since fines "soak up the colorant" and thus add to the product cost.
are cylindrical bodies with screen
apertures around the circumference.
5 has not produced, and so 4 uses a different option: He passes to 5 and then sets a blind screen
Thus, they should be familiar with risk factors for LTBI and screen
children with TST only when >1 risk factor is present.
It sweeps a beam of electrons across the entire screen
to stimulate phosphors in the display's coating to glow and thereby paint a luminous image.
n Edwards, St Mary Street: 10am to 2am, one big screen
and more smaller screens
, baguettes served.
A 42-inch home plasma screen
made for home theater use cost $8,000 three years ago, says Gary Kayye, principal of Kayye Consulting, an audio-visual advisory firm.
mesh, or the number of wires per inch, varies from 20 to 150 or more--20 mesh is coarse; 40 to 60 mesh is intermediate, and 80 to 150 is a fine mesh.
For this excellent, timely MOMA exhibition, curated by Mary Lea Bandy, twenty eight of Warhol's screen
tests were transferred to DVD and shown in looped clusters of three or four, on six different-size video monitors surrounded by wooden picture frames, plus one screen
on which a DVD is projected.
Figure 1: First radiograph made using a fluorescent screen
in combination with a film, 1896.
By identifying the spatial distribution of housing built before 1950, public health departments can devise strategies to screen
all children living in older homes.
Doug Brown, managing partner at Los Angeles-based Regent Properties, recalls finding little enthusiasm in 1996 when he first tried selling the idea of an ``urban village'' center with an eight-to-10 screen
theater at the run-down area at Sunset and Vine.