black print

black print

[¦blak ′print]
(graphic arts)
The film having the black component in a four-color separation process, or the comparable plate in the four-color printing process.
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The impressive Inspirance inspires with its sun-brushed silver-colored dial with black print and gold-colored details.
Using the triangle-squares technique, sew black print B's and cream print #1 B's together to make 84 unit 9's.
The single black print in the quilt is accompanied by assorted neutral prints, assorted gold prints and assorted red prints.
He was wearing a threequarter length weatherproof jacket and was holding a white laminated piece of paper with black print on it.
Using black print on a dark gray background, as Ms.
Focusing on the thirty-year period prior to the American Civil War, To Live an Antislavery Life is a study of black protest thought and activism based on a literary and historical analysis of antebellum, black print culture.
Green and black print jacket, PS55, trousers, PS35, both River Island; white shirt, PS12.
The "AMAA Athletic Dept" tee with distressed black print is now a mid-weight blend in a military heather green color.
com, RED AND BLACK PRINT DRESS by Collective Concepts, $65; Click Boutique & Gallery, 138 E.
The illustrations are in full colour, filling each page, with medium sized white or black print.
But it was only when we moved to Toronto and I was about to hang the print in my study at home that I noticed the very fine black print in the top left corner that reads, "Supplement to The Christmas Globe, 1899.