Thumbnail

[cliff] The Thumbnail is the sea cliff located in South Greenland in Cape Farewell region, ca. 50 km to the east from the town of Nanortalik, over the west side of Torssukátak Fjord (often known as Torssukátak Sound as it divides the main land from the Pamiagdluk Island). It is recognized as the world`s tallest sea cliff at nearly 1500 me
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thumbnail

[n] - the nail of the thumb
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Thumbnail

(Digital cameras and photo printers) The miniature representation of a digital image that usually serves as a preview function in image editing programs.
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Thumbnail

Reduced-scale version of a document or graphic. Thumbnail documents permit you to get a better idea of the page-by-page development of your publication. Web site visitors can click on the thumbnail graphic to download the full-sized illustration also the first ideas or sketches of a designer noted down for future reference.
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Thumbnail

A small, low resolution version of a larger image file that is used for quick identification or speedy editing choices.
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thumbnail

noun the nail of the thumb
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Thumbnail

A rough, simple, often small sketch used to show the basic layout of an ad.
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Thumbnail

A small, low resolution version of a larger image file that is used for quick identification or speedy editing choices
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Thumbnail

A small version of a photo. Image browsers commonly display thumbnails of photos several or even dozens at a time. In Windows XP's My Pictures, you can view thumbnails of photos in both the Thumbnails and Filmstrip view modes.
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Thumbnail

A rough sketch for a layout for a piece of print advertising.
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thumbnail

In computing, a small version of a larger image used for reference. A clip art collection might initially present images as thumbnails, while publishing programs include the facility for designers to produce thumbnail page layouts. Web pages often show a thumbnail image which when clicked, displays a larger version of the image
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thumbnail

A half-column picture in newspapers or a reduced size picture on a web page which, when clicked on, brings up the full sized picture or illustration.
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Thumbnail

Thumbnails are reduced-size versions of pictures, used to help in recognizing and organizing them, serving the same role for images as a normal text index does for words. In the age of digital images, visual search engines and image-organizing programs normally use thumbnails, as do most modern operating systems or desktop environments, such as Mi
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Thumbnail

A small, low resolution version of a larger image file, which is used for quick identification or speedy editing choices.
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Thumbnail

A small version of a photo. Image browsers commonly display thumbnails of photos several or even doz
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thumbnail

A half-column picture in newspapers or a reduced size picture on a web page which, when clicked on, brings up the full sized picture or illustration.
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