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double image

[¦dəb·əl ′im·ij]
(electronics)
A television picture consisting of two overlapping images due to reception of the signal over two paths of different length so that signals arrive at slightly different times.
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For all that, the first five volumes here--The Double Image (1946), Here and Now (1956), Overland to the Islands (1958), With Eyes at the Back of our Heads (1960), and The Jacob's Ladder (1961)--make it clear no single influence can account for her.
With this system double image (Vila; Ferrer & Garcia, 2007) management was achieved, with the goal of concealing two images on the same printing surfaces.
The reason people close the off eye, of course, is when they look through a single lens with both eyes open, they see a double image, often one with greatly different magnification than the other.
The condition can be caused by head traumas or brain injury and may lead to partial loss of vision, as the brain blocks out signals from one eye to prevent the double image.
David Friedman and Dave Samuels, known as the duo Double Image, on Saturday will perform jazz vibraphone and marimba selections, including both standards and some of their Grammy-nominated original compositions.
They swept past us locked together (too locked for the stewards' liking), creating a double image of intensity that only great riding can give - two men and two horses compressed into their athletic ultimate.
The beauty of Ashton's work is capsulated in the divine simplicity of its choreography, which merges with the equally effortless 1876 Delibes score to provide a double image of old-style Paris Opera grandeur and new-style 20th-century neoclassicism.
John Peter Moore was accused of cutting out and manipulating the 1969 painting The Double Image of Gala.
When combined with the robust functionality of the SW-9571-CYY DVD MULTI Drive, Double Image 5.
The double image of Patrick Bateman is constructed both within the novel and the film, and both media help to construct the double image of the yuppie and the serial killer--which, in the end, becomes actualized only in an empty symbol, a reflection.
Normally, calcite has the optical property known as birefringence, in which light travels two pathways to produce a double image.
The Venus de Milo on the right was engendered by a fortuitous double image seen on a common box of Venus de Milo-brand coloring pencils.