spotting

the pumping of a substance such as oil into an interval in the well. See Spot. See Spot run.

Spotting

The act of 'seeing' a previously unseen unit is known as Spotting.

Spotting

[dance technique] Spotting is a technique used by dancers during the execution of various dance turns. The goal of spotting is to attain a constant orientation of the dancer`s head and eyes, to the extent possible, in order to enhance the dancer`s control and prevent dizziness. As a dancer turns, spotting is performed by rotating the body a...
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Spotting

A wargaming term describing the act of 'seeing' a previously unseen unit.
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spotting

A slight discharge of blood via the vagina, especially as a side effect of oral contraceptives. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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spotting

noun the act of spotting or staining something
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Spotting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Spot
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spotting

(from the article `Blasis, Carlo`) ...statue of Mercury; in this, the dancer`s working leg is raised and extended to the back but bent at the knee. He also discovered the technique for ...
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spotting

a slight discharge of blood via the vagina, especially as a side-effect of oral contraceptives.
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Spotting

Used in scoring and sound effects editing to identify the specific scenes or points where music cues or effects cues will take place. Usually, this will include information on length and style.
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spotting

Synonyms: timing, cueing. Formerly, a mechanical procedure carried out indepen­dently of the content and nuances of the dialogue by technicians (repérage). Now used to describe the process of defining the in and out times of individual subtitles.
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Spotting

Light bleeding that occurs at a time during the month other than the time of menstruation. Spotting can occur normally during pregnancy as the embryo implants into the uterus, after sexual intercourse or after a pelvic exam. Any prolonged or excessive amounts of spotting should be reported to a doctor.
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Spotting

1. Landing in the same place as taking off; keeping in the middle of the trampoline
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Spotting

[photography] In the production of photographic prints, spotting is a type of retouching concerned with correcting minor flaws in the finished print with specially made paints, dyes, pencils and pens. White spots on gelatin-silver prints made from negatives are caused by dust adhering to the negative or paper during exposure. Prints from po...
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Spotting

[weight training] Spotting in weight or resistance training, is the act of supporting another person during a particular exercise, with an emphasis on allowing the participant to lift or push more than he could normally do safely. Correct spotting involves knowing when to intervene and assist with a lift, and encouraging a training partner ...
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Spotting

[exercise] The CD single cover for the No Angels`s single `When the Angels Sing/Atlantis` (2001). The copyright of the CD single is owned by Polydor. ==Rationale of fair use for When the Angels Sing and Atlantis== ==Licensing== ...
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Spotting

Behavior of a fire producing sparks or embers that are carried by the wind and which start new fires (spot fires) beyond the zone of direct ignition by the main fire. A cascade of spot fires can cause a blowup.
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Spotting

Any type of bloody discharge from the vagina
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SPOTTING

A term taken from gymnastics
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Spotting

Method of retouching. Blemishes or unwanted details are removed from negatives and prints by brush a
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Spotting

Person that stands near by to a person that is working out to see if they need help (the spotter) wh
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Spotting

White areas in the coat.
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Spotting

[filmography] The term spotting is used in the motion-picture and video production industries to refer to the process of deciding where within a film the musical score and sound effects will be located, a process often referred to as `spotting for sound`. Spotting takes place after the director `locks` the film, an act which signifies his o...
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