Sepia

A dark brown color applied to photographs or other prints. Inky secretions of the cuttlefish produce this coloration

sepia

  1. a shade of brown with a tinge of red
  2. rich brown pigment prepared from the ink of cuttlefishes
  3. type genus of the Sepiidae

Sepia

(Spanish) cuttlefish

Sepia

• (n.) The common European cuttlefish. • (n.) A genus comprising the common cuttlefish and numerous similar species. See Illustr. under Cuttlefish. • (a.) Of a dark brown color, with a little red in its composition; also, made of, or done in, sepia. • (n.) A pigment prepared from the ink, or black secretion, of the sepia, or cut...
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Sepia

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Amber colored color nuance. In the analog photography is used a so called Sepia-Toner, to let Picture printouts look like bleached images. Some digital cameras offer this effect as an extra.
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Sepia

(Digital cameras and photo printers) This picture effect gives images a brown-golden colour that resembles old photographs.
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Sepia

(from the article `cephalopod`) ...of the arm into the mantle cavity of the female, where it remains for more than an hour, during which time the spermatophores travel down the ...
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Sepia

genus Sepia noun type genus of the Sepiidae
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Sepia

[color] Sepia is a reddish-brown color, named after the rich brown pigment derived from the ink sac of the common cuttlefish Sepia. The word sepia is the Latinized form of the Greek σηπία, sēpía, cuttlefish. ==Sepia in culture== == See also == ...
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Sepia

[Doratosepion] ===January 14=== I will also note to anyone interested that after being unblocked, User:Oden tagged each image as candidate for speedy delete in full knowledge that he himself put them up for IFD. All were removed by User:Feydey. I honestly have never heard of anyone nominating images, then getting zero support, and then put ...
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Sepia

[Doratosepion] The city is home to many industries, including manufacturing, steel, electrical engineering, and automotive; it features 66 institutions of higher learning, including Warsaw University, Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw School of Economics, and a Medical Academy. Warsaw is home to over 30 t...
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Sepia

[genus] Sepia is a genus of cuttlefish in the family Sepiidae encompassing some of the best known and most common species. The cuttlebone is relatively ellipsoid in shape. The name of the genus is the Latinized form of the Ancient Greek σηπία, sēpía, cuttlefish. ==Classification== The species listed above with an asterisk (*) are que...
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Sepia

[Hemisepius] I created the image myself using a photograph originally taken and uploaded by IFCAR. Original image ...
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Sepia

[magazine] Sepia, a photojournalistic magazine styled like Look and sometimes compared to Ebony, featured articles based primarily on the achievements of African Americans. It was published in Fort Worth, Texas by Good Publishing Company (aka Sepia Publishing), owned and operated by George Levitan, who was not black himself. Levitan also pu...
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Sepia

[Sepia] Cover of Scott Reeder`s 2006 debut album TunnelVision Brilliance. ...
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Sepia

[Sepia] The automation department of WikiProject Australia uses various automated and semi-automated methods to perform batch tasks that would be extremely tedious to do manually; it collects requests for tasks, discusses whether they are suitable for automation, and attempts to match them with bot operators or users of semi-automated tools...
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Sepia

Se'pi·a adjective Of a dark brown color, with a little red in its composition; also, made of, or done in, sepia.
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Sepia

Se'pi·a noun ; plural English Sepias , Latin Sepiæ . [ Latin , from Greek ......... the cuttlefish, or squid.] 1. (Zoology) (a) The common European cuttlefish. (b) A genus comprising the common cuttlefish and numerous similar species. See Illus...
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Sepia

A brownish coloured, old-fashioned look to an image often created as a special effect either within a digital camera or in an image editing software
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Sepia

A brownish coloured, old-fashioned look to an image often created as a special effect either within a digital camera or in an image editing software.
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Sepia

A coat pattern in cats controlled by the sepia alleles (cb/cb). e.g. Burmese. A cat with these alleles has slightly thermo-liable tyrosinase and thus results in a coat pattern that has normal pigmentation on the tail, legs, face and ears, and slightly lighter coat pigmentation on the body. The sepia alleles (cb/cb) are the least thermo-liable tyros...
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Sepia

A semi-transparent warm brown pigment obtained from the ink sac of the cuttlefish. It was used by the Romans and its greatest popularity was between 1780 and the end of the 19th century. It was used not only for wash work but also as an ink for sketching.
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sepia

Brown pigment produced from the black fluid of cuttlefish. After 1870 it replaced the use of bistre (made from charred wood) in wash drawings due to its warmer range of colours. Sepia fades rapidly...
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sepia

Brown pigment produced from the black fluid of cuttlefish. After 1870 it replaced the use of bistre (made from charred wood) in wash drawings due to its warmer range of colours. Sepia fades rapidly in bright light
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Sepia

cuttlefish
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