brownline

brownline

[′brau̇n‚līn]
(graphic arts)
A print with a white background and brown lines made by contact-printing a negative on sensitized paper.
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He has also experienced English league football whilst on loan at York City and Newport County and will provide good competition for Darren Brownline and Callum Fordyce in the Kyle Cameron On loan from Newcastle central defensive area of our team.
The use of large upfront payments in strategic alliances -- such as those seen in the Amicus deal --are one more indication of the increasing bargaining power that biotechs are bringing to the negotiating table and represents good news for biotech companies, according to Brownline.
Hans deBruin and Edgar Von Hinuuber, Brownline BV This session will cover the technical applications and advantages of the gyro steering tool in the HDD market.