corrector


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corrector

[kə′rek·tər]
(engineering)
A magnet, piece of soft iron, or device used in the adjustment or compensation of a magnetic compass.
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The camera comes optional with FOR-A's exclusive flicker corrector technology, eliminating concerns about the effects of low light when shooting high-speed during night games or in dome stadiums.
There are three main types of posture correctors (belts) designed for different needs.
Integrated with the EC 350 volume corrector and MiWireless product line, it is fully field-programmable and simple to use through its short-range wireless communication or serial interfaces, and associated set of programming software.
If you are dealing with blue-toned skin lesions, such as periorbital veins, the ideal corrector is one with peach or orange undertones.
99, Boots and Superdrug UNDER-EYE CIRCLES Applying salmon pink corrector before you add concealer will neutralise blue-toned dark circles.
Pat the colour corrector on lightly with a fingertip ('A brush will make it too thick - you don't want to see the product sitting there,' says Cassie), then add your regular flesh-coloured base make-up over the top.
However, as I found, to make them usable for imaging you need the optional Quattro Coma Corrector ($285).
The number of scribal corrections per page is highly variable, but usually low, and less frequent than those made by the Corrector (see Fig.
Featuring highly concentrated Accelerated Retinol SA, this advanced corrector works to renew the look of skin, brightening skin's tone and helping to improve the look of stubborn dark spots and discoloration, revealing noticeably more even, younger-looking skin in just one week.
Robots like Notebook Corrector and Falaj Manager also drew many curios visitors.
This duo includes perfecting foundation coupled with a separate high-coverage corrector on top.