shadow

  1. shade within clear boundaries
  2. an unilluminated area
  3. something existing in perception only
  4. a premonition of something adverse
  5. a clue that something has been present
  6. refuge from danger or observation
  7. a spy employed to follow someone and report their movements
  8. an inseparable companion

shadow

[n] - shade within clear boundaries 2. [n] - an inseparable companion 3. [n] - a premonition of something adverse 4. [n] - refuge from danger or observation 5. [v] - cast a shadow over 6. [v] - cast a shadow 7. [v] - follow, usually without the person`s knowledge
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Shadow

Darkness in a region, caused by an obstruction between the source of light and the region.By extension, the term is applied to a similar condition when any form of radiant energy is cut off by an obstruction, as a radar shadow. The darkest part of a shadow in which light is completely cut off is called the umbra; a lighter part surrounding the umbr...
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Shadow

3D effect created by illustration programs creating the illusion that text or graphic object is standing vertically and illuminated from the top or side, creating a background below and behind it.
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Shadow

A term that refers to the amount of detail contained in the dark parts of an image. It is desirable to maintain shadow detail but there is a risk of decreasing overall contrast if one lightens the shadow too much in an attempt to expose detail. If an image is scanned without shadow detail, it will be impossible to regain detail in an image editing ...
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Shadow

Shad'ow (shăd'o) noun [ Originally the same word as shade . √162. See Shade .] 1. Shade within defined limits; obscurity or deprivation of light, apparent on a surface, and representing the form of the body which intercepts the rays of light; as, the shadow of a m...
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Shadow

Shad'ow transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Shadowed ; present participle & verbal noun Shadowing .] [ Middle English shadowen , Anglo-Saxon sceadwian . See adow , noun ] 1....
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shadow

1. Shade within defined limits; obscurity or deprivation of light, apparent on a surface, and representing the form of the body which intercepts the rays of light; as, the shadow of a man, of a tree, or of a tower. See the Note under Shade. ... 2. Darkness; shade; obscurity. 'Night's sable shadows from the ocean rise.' (Denham) ... 3. A shaded plac...
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shadow

noun refuge from danger or observation; `he felt secure in his father`s shadow`
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Shadow

• (n.) To protect; to shelter from danger; to shroud. • (n.) To attend as closely as a shadow; to follow and watch closely, especially in a secret or unobserved manner; as, a detective shadows a criminal. • (n.) A shaded place; shelter; protection; security. • (n.) An imperfect and faint representation; adumbration; indistinct i...
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Shadow

Shadow is a recruit in King Henry IV part II.
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Shadow

[Final Fantasy] ==Appearances== During the first half of the game, Shadow operates only on a freelance basis, at times available to the player for a fee and at times appearing in the employ of the Gestahlian Empire. In two instances within the World of Balance, Shadow is forced into the player`s party – Crescent Island and the Floating Co...
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Shadow

A term that refers to the amount of detail contained in the dark parts of an image. It is desirable to maintain shadow detail but there is a risk of decreasing overall contrast if one lightens the shadow too much in an attempt to expose detail. If an image is scanned without shadow detail, it will be impossible to regain detail in an image ...
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shadow

Type: Term Pronunciation: shad′ō Definitions: 1. A surface area defined by the interception of light or x-rays by a body. 2. In jungian psychology, the coalescence of the disowned, unacceptable aspects of the personality that exist within the personal unconscious. Synonyms: achromocyte
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shadow

Area of darkness behind an opaque object that cannot be reached by some or all of the light coming from a light source in front. Its presence may be explained in terms of light rays travelling in straight lines and being unable to bend around obstacles. The light in front of the object is blocked. A ...
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Shadow

Follow indicated target.
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Shadow

[Marcia Brown book] Shadow is a translation of the poem La Féticheuse by French writer Blaise Cendrars. The book was released by Scribner and illustrated by Marcia Brown. It was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1983, Brown`s third honor. ...
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Shadow

[OS/2] In the graphical Workplace Shell of the OS/2 operating system, a shadow is an object that represents another object. A shadow is a stand-in for any other object on the desktop, such as a document, an application, a folder, a hard disk, a network share or removable medium, or a printer. A target object can have an arbitrary number of ...
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Shadow

[Bob Woodward book] Shadow: Five Presidents and the Legacy of Watergate is a 1999 book by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward, written with a narrative voice while utilizing firsthand interviews and news reports for its historical basis. For the 608-page book, Woodward used extensive notes and also interviewed President Ford, President ...
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Shadow

[Buffy the Vampire Slayer] `Shadow` is the eighth episode of season 5 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ==Plot synopsis== Joyce gets a CAT scan at the hospital while Buffy and Dawn wait impatiently for news. Dawn asks Buffy why it is called a `CAT Scan` (do they test it on cats, or does the machine look like a cat?). Back at ...
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Shadow

A shadow is an area where light from a light source is obstructed by an object. It occupies all of the space behind an opaque object with light in front of it. The cross section of a shadow is a two-dimensional silhouette, or reverse projection of the object blocking the light. Sunlight causes many objects to have shadows at certain times of the d...
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Shadow

Creatures with shadow can only block or be blocked by other creatures with the shadow ability. Shadow was introduced in the Tempest block.
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Shadow

To cover an opponent, one on one, everywhere on the ice. As a noun, a player assigned to shadow a sp
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Shadow

To be with someone in the workplace as they perform their job so that you can learn all about it
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Shadow

[f] `Shadow` (Hangul: 그림자; alt: 미행; lit. tailing) is a K-pop song of alternative pop music genre performed by Korean-Chinese girl group f(x). It was included as the second track in their second studio album Pink Tape released on July 29, 2013. ==Composition and background== According to the album description on the South Korean mu...
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