double-strike

double-strike

[′dəb·əl ‚strīk]
(graphic arts)
To print a character twice, with only a small displacement between the first and second printings, in order to darken the image.
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Everton forward Romelu Lukaku, who had come on loan from Chelsea on transfer deadline day, marked his home debut with a double-strike, which along with Ross Barkley's strike, set up a 3-0 lead for Everton before the break.
The CM9093 does not have a magazine disconnect, nor does it have double-strike capability.
Active Head Mole piercing tools boasts of a reciprocating head design characterized by a double-strike system that uses the initial impact force to increase production in difficult soils such as cobble, hard clay and hardpan.
Active Head Mole piercing tools boasts a reciprocating head design that features a double-strike system that utilizes the initial impact force to increase production in difficult soils such as cobble, hard clay and hardpan.
However, a first half double-strike from Rovers top scorer Richard Walker turned the match around and Sammy Igoe wrapped things up late on.
A double-strike by teenage loan poacher Jermaine Defoe and a 25-yard free-kick from Steve Fletcher condemned the hosts to only their third home defeat of the year - and this was the first time they had conceded three in the League this season.
A CLINTON MORRISON double-strike helped Crystal Palace forget their financial worries in this typically fiery South London derby.
Eustace headed Mansfield in front again before Heggs double-strike made it a 3-2 win for Swansea.