Screen

Large vibrating sheet, or mat, of woven wire or polypropylene, with specific size holes through which aggregates fall through, and are collected.

Screen

[journal] Screen is an academic journal of film and television studies based at the John Logie Baird Centre at the University of Glasgow and published by Oxford University Press. The editors-in-chief are Tim Bergfelder (University of Southampton), Alison Butler (University of Reading), Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow), Karen L...
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Screen

(See Initial Test) n/a
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screen

[n] - a white or silvered surface where pictures can be projected for viewing 2. [n] - display on the surface of the large end of a cathode-ray tube on which is electronically created 3. [n] - partition consisting of a decorative frame or panel that serves to divide a space 4. [n] - a covering that serves to conceal or shelter so...
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Screen

A partition (of stone or wood). A rood screen was at the western end of the chancel, below a rood. A 'parclose screen' separated the rest of the church from a chapel.
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Screen

The lined glass, now called contact film, through which images are photographed to create halftones. Shooting through the mesh of a screen breaks an image into tiny dots. The closer the lines of the screen, the smaller the dots and the more dots per inch; the farther apart the lines of the screen, the bigger the dots and the fewer the dots per inch...
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Screen

See pulpitum.
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Screen

A pierced barrier, often carved wood, dividing a space but allowing vision through to another area.
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Screen

In a camera. the surface upon which the lens projects an image for viewfinding and, usually, focusing purposes. In SLR cameras. almost universally a Fresnel screen with a fine-ground surface. Often incorporates a microprism or split-image rangefinder.
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Screen

Screen (skrēn) noun [ Middle English scren , Old French escrein , escran , French écran , of uncertain origin; confer German schirm a screen, Old High German scirm , scerm a protection, shield, or German schragen a trestle, a stack of w...
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screen

1. To provide with a shelter or means of concealment; to separate or cut off from inconvience, injury, or danger; to shelter; to protect; to protect by hiding; to conceal; as, fruits screened from cold winds by a forest or hill. 'They were encouraged and screened by some who were in high comands.' (Macaulay) ... 2. To pass, as coal, gravel, ashes, ...
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screen

noun protective covering consisting of a metallic netting mounted in a frame and covering windows or doors (especially for protection against insects)
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screen

projection screen noun a white or silvered surface where pictures can be projected for viewing
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screen

(skrēn) a framework or agent used as a shield or protector; called also protectant and protective. to separate well individuals in a population from those who have an undiagnosed disease, defect, or other pathologic condition or who are at high risk by means of tests, examinations, or other procedures...
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Screen

• (n.) An erection of white canvas or wood placed on the boundary opposite a batsman to enable him to see ball better. • (n.) A dwarf wall or partition carried up to a certain height for separation and protection, as in a church, to separate the aisle from the choir, or the like. • (n.) A surface, as that afforded by a curtain, sheet...
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screen

(from the article `basketball`) Legal action of a player who, without causing more than incidental contact, delays or prevents an opponent from reaching his desired position.
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screen

(from the article `furniture`) ...that is, fastened to the wall within frames. Wall pictures made of paper and, subsequently, patterned wallpaper became a cheaper substitute for ... ...India, which has seven concentric enclosures. The dominant idea in delimiting the holy place is to protect the sacred element and its mystery. ... [2 ...
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screen

(from the article `photoengraving`) The feasibility of the method was demonstrated in about 1850, when a halftone image was produced by photography through a screen of loosely woven ... The density of the print at each point depends on the depth of the cell at that point and the quantity of ink it contains, rather than on the ... [2 ...
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Screen

(1) A printing process in which a squeegee forces paint or ink through a screen which is decorated with stenciled designs onto the paper. (2) The surface onto which an image of a slide or television picture is shown.
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Screen

In architecture, a screen is a dwarf wall, enclosure or partition carried up to a certain height for separation and protection, as in a church, to separate the aisle from the choir, or the like. In the domestic halls of the middle-ages a screen was almost invariably fixed across the lower end, so as to part off a small space which became a lobby (w...
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screen

narrow passage at the lower end of the hall. Screen passage
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Screen

A metallic sheet or plate, woven wire cloth, or similar device, with regularly spaced openings of uniform size, mounted in a suitable frame or holder for use in separating material according to size.
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Screen

(1) Use of an outside list (based on credit, income, deliverability, ZIP code selection) to suppress records on a list to be mailed; (2) halftone process in platemaking that reduces the density of color in an illustration.
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screen

device intended to reduce the penetration of an electric, magnetic or electromagnetic field into a given region
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screen

a device used to reduce the penetration of a field into an assigned region
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