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Tray

 

a flat vessel for processing photographic paper, film, and plates and for etching engraving plates. It has a ribbed or contoured bottom and a spout in one corner for decanting the solution. Trays may be made of glass, plastic, enameled iron, porcelain, or stainless steel in sizes that depend on the dimensions of the photographic materials being processed.

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He remained on the skylight so as to keep his eye on the tray.
It was the quickest dodge for getting him away from that tray," he explained.
Having relieved himself of that devout aspiration, he took up the tray again, and decided on letting the turtle-doves have their dinner.
That salt on the tray, what else could it have been?
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