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  • 81dye|a|ble — «DY uh buhl», adjective. that can be dyed: »New dyeable and printable surfaces are being grafted, through radiation, onto slick finish, heat resistant plastics (Wall Street Journal) …

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  • 82dye|bath — «DY BATH, BAHTH», noun. a solution of coloring matter in which substances to be colored are immersed …

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  • 83dye|wood — «DY WUD», noun. any wood, such as logwood, yielding a coloring matter used for dyeing …

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  • 84Dye-sensitized solar cell — A selection of dye sensitized solar cells A dye sensitized solar cell (DSSC, DSC or DYSC[1]) is a low cost solar cell belonging to the group of thin film solar cells.[2] …

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  • 85Dye laser — Close up of a table top dye laser based on Rhodamine 6G, emitting at 580 nm (yellow orange). The emitted laser beam is visible as faint yellow lines. The orange dye solution enters the laser from the left, and is pumped by a 514 nm (blue green)… …

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  • 86Dye-sublimation printer — Samsung SPP 2040 printing a photograph. Part of a series on the …

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  • 87Dye lot — A dye lot marking from a yarn label. The dye lot is the large stamped number at top. Other information such as color code has been preprinted in smaller digits. A dye lot is a record taken during the dyeing of yarn to identify yarn that received… …

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  • 88Dye Matrix — A 2006 Dye Matrix The DYE Matrix is an electropneumatic paintball marker manufactured by DYE Precision. The first DYE Matrix, the Matrix LCD, was based on the E Matrix, the rights to which DYE purchased in 2003.[1] Subsequent models featured… …

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  • 89Dye pack — Exploded dye pack A dye pack is a radio controlled incendiary device used by some banks to preemptively foil a bank robbery by causing stolen cash to be permanently marked with red dye shortly after a robbery. In most cases, a dye pack is placed… …

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  • 90DYE PLANTS — The dye materials that were used in ancient times were many and varied and were obtained from various mineral, plant, and animal sources. The last gave fast and beautiful colors, but these were so costly that only the wealthy could afford them.… …

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  • 91Dye penetrant inspection — 1. Section of material with a surface breaking crack that is not visible to the naked eye. 2. Penetrant is applied to the surface. 3. Excess penetrant is removed. 4. Developer is applied, rendering the crack visible. Dye penetrant inspection… …

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  • 92Dye (disambiguation) — A dye is a colored substance that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is being applied. Dye may also refer to: Dye (surname), a surname Joan Dye Gussow (born 1928), American food writer See also Die (disambiguation) DYE Precision, a… …

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  • 93Dye Creek — Coordinates: 40°4′4″N 122°6′43″W / 40.06778°N 122.11194°W / 40.06778; 122.11194 …

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  • 94Dye Water — The Dye Water at Longformacus The Dye Water is a river in the Lammermuir Hills in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. It rises in the Hope Hills, continues along the East Lothian boundary, a mile north east of Seenes Law, then east to… …

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  • 95Dye-Transfer — In der Fotografie ist Reliefdruck (kurz Relief) eine Sammelbezeichnung für diejenigen Edeldruckverfahren, mit deren Hilfe Gelatine Reliefs einerseits hergestellt und diese andererseits für fotomechanische Kopien in Form von Kinefilmen,… …

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  • 96dye-works — noun a workshop where dyeing is done • Hypernyms: ↑workshop, ↑shop * * * dyeˈ work or dyeˈ works noun An establishment for dyeing • • • Main Entry: ↑dye …

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  • 97dye penetrant inspection — a method for detecting surface porosity or cracks in metal. The part to be inspected is cleaned and coated with a dye which penetrates any flaws that may be present. The surface is wiped clean and coated with a white powder. The powder absorbs… …

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  • 98dye bomb — /ˈdaɪ bɒm/ (say duy bom) noun a security device comprising a cylindrical casing containing a liquid dye, and a detonator which is set off by the triggering of an alarm, the dye thereby staining the product and rendering it useless, as money in an …

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  • 99dye coupling — Measure of intercellular communication, usually through gap junctions. If a fluorescent dye (eg. lucifer yellow) injected into one cell is seen to pass into a neighbouring cell, the presence of junctions at least able to pass solutes of that size …

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  • 100dye-transfer process — ▪ photography       in photography, technique for preparing coloured (colour printing) photographic prints in which the colours of the subject are resolved by optical filters (filter) into three components, each of which is recorded on a separate …

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