panorama

  1. the visual percept of a region
  2. a picture (or series of pictures) representing a continuous scene

Panorama

a photograph containing a wide view

Panorama

1) Predecessor to the diorama developed in the late 18th century. 2) A bar running up and down stage (as opposed to across stage) to hold masking, scenery, or lighting. (From Greek 'Pan' = All and 'Horama' = View).

Panorama

[Montross, Virginia] Panorama is a historic estate at 1006 Panorama Road in Montross, Virginia. The 2.5 story brick Colonial Revival house, located on an estate of over {convert|130|acre|ha}, was built in 1932 to a design by Joseph Evans Sperry for local politician and attorney Charles E. Stuart, and has been virtually unaltered since its c...
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Panorama

[Italian magazine] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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panorama

[n] - a picture (or series of pictures) representing a continuous scene
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panorama

In art, a long painting stretched round the inside walls of circular buildings, intended to create the illusion of real scenery seen from a central vantage point (sometimes called a cyclorama). They...
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Panorama

A broad view, usually scenic or a series of images stitched together to create a picture wider than what the camera is normally capable of capturing.
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Panorama

Pan`o·ra'ma noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., ..., all + ... that which is seen, a view, from ... to see. See Pan- , and Wary .] 1. A complete view in every direction. 2. A picture presenting a view of objects in every direction, as from a central point. 3. A ...
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panorama

cyclorama noun a picture (or series of pictures) representing a continuous scene
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Panorama

• (n.) A picture representing scenes too extended to be beheld at once, and so exhibited a part at a time, by being unrolled, and made to pass continuously before the spectator. • (n.) A complete view in every direction. • (n.) A picture presenting a view of objects in every direction, as from a central point.Panorama: words in the d...
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Panorama

(from the article `publishing, history of`) ...Time has had its greatest influence, however, in postwar Europe, where such magazines as L`Express (founded 1953) in France, Der Spiegel (founded ...
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panorama

in the visual arts, continuous narrative scene or landscape painted to conform to a flat or curved background, which surrounds or is unrolled before ... [4 related articles]
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panorama

panorama, panoramic, panoramically 1. An unbroken view of an entire surrounding area; a 360 degree view: an unobstructed view extending in all directions, especially of a landscape. 2. A comprehensive presentation; a survey: as with 'a panorama of American literature'. 3. A picture with a wide view: a picture or photograph that has a wide view, e...
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Panorama

[TVP2] Panorama is the main news program on TVP2. The main edition is broadcast at 18:00 every day. This program was created in 1991. In 2010, `Panorama` watched by an average of 1.5 million Poles. Since 2009, the editor-in-chief of `Panorama` is Jacek Skorus == Current presenters == === Main editions === === Other editions === == See also ...
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Panorama

[art] Panoramic paintings during the Romantic Era captured all 360 degrees of a scene. Typically shown in rotundas for viewing, panoramas were meant to be so lifelike they confused the spectator between what was real and what was image. ==Creation of the Panorama== Robert Barker conceived the concept of the panorama in 1787. While walking o...
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Panorama

A broad view, usually scenic or a series of images stitched together to create a picture wider than what the camera is normally capable of capturing
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panorama

In art, a long painting stretched round the inside walls of circular buildings, intended to create the illusion of real scenery seen from a central vantage point (sometimes called a cyclorama). They were popular throughout the 19th century, illustrating subjects such as the Crimean War, the American Civil War, and Niagara Falls. A journey through t...
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Panorama

A wide, unbroken view of an entire surrounding area. A picture or series of pictures representing a continuous scene, either exhibited all at once, or exhibited one at a time by being unrolled and passed before the audience.
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Panorama

[Gibraltar] Panorama is a daily newspaper published in Gibraltar. It was founded in December 1975 by journalist Joe Garcia who has edited it since then. It was first published as a weekly newspaper and became a daily in 2002. It was the first Gibraltar newspaper to establish an online edition, in 1997. From its inception, the paper has been...
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Panorama

[music competition] Panorama is an annual music competition of Steelbands from Trinidad and Tobago. It is usually held around Carnival time. ==History== Panorama was first held in Antigua in 2001 and won by Hell`s Gate Orchestra. The first Trinidad Panorama was first held during Carnival celebrations in 1963. A popular Calypso is arranged i...
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Panorama

[song] `Panorama` is the ninth single from Japanese voice actress and singer Nana Mizuki. The single was ranked #14 on the Japanese Oricon charts. ==Track listing== ==Charts== ...
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Panorama

[Layout Engine] Panorama is a line layout and text composition engine to render text in various worldwide languages made by Bitstream Inc.. Panorama uses Font Fusion as the base to support rendering of the text. The engine allows the user to manage different text formatting aspects like spacing, alignment, style effects (bold, embossed, out...
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Panorama

[Chalkidiki] This is a category for Bromsgrove Rovers players past and present. ...
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Panorama

[database engine] Panorama is a database engine and development environment for Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. ==Overview== Panorama is database software for the Apple Inc. Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. It is a product of ProVUE Development. According to its owner Jim Rea, ProVUE is the oldest third-party software company (apart from M...
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