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glossy

a photograph printed on paper that has a smooth shiny surface

glossy

[′gläs·ē]
(optics)
Pertaining to a surface from which much more light is specularly reflected than is diffusely reflected.
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This result is consistent with the result of the measurement of glossiness and, consequently, it was concluded that the cavity temperature of 120[degrees]C or above is required to suppress the generation of glass fiber exposure in PPGF.
The glossiness of the topcoat decreased, but the integrity of the topcoat was better than that of the sample without a topcoat.
At this price, I'm not irked as much by the 480x854 pixel resolution as I am with the poor viewing angles and overall glossiness of the display.
When viewed under the clear acrylic lens, the glass-like effect of the acrylic magnifies the glossiness of the metallic tones of gold," says Desmarais.
It's beautiful, but holding it doesn't feel "premium," from the lack of an aluminum built and glossiness.
Food noodles can be prepared from flour or starch, provided the product has noodles qualities that are defined by visual attributes, cooking and eating qualities, transparency and glossiness.
he factory prides itself on quality control and durability: The balls were tested for roundness, durability, water resistance, bounce, glossiness and impact.
The porcelain material, the glossiness and the colour schemes all speak of China (and by extension Korea and Japan).
It was like considering the city faced with a cherry festival and no cherries, counting on the import's glossiness, its guileless slide into open mouths, on no one being able to tell the difference between native and foreign cherries.
The coatings did not significantly alter the flavor, fracturability or glossiness of the plums.
And I wanted something that could have shine and glossiness without being something unattainable," Knutsson told Reuters in a Stockholm office where meeting rooms have names like Bubble Witch Lair, after the game.
Moreover, the student can also use the magnifying glass to more closely observe the crystallized, glossiness and laminated degrees of the rock.