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photoflash

A device used in night photography. It is a pyrotechnic cartridge, which produces brief but very intense illumination. The device is no longer in use. Also known as a photo bomb or a flash bomb.
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He said: "The photoflash operation was used to light up the coast so they could see submerged craft in the sea.
Previously, Kay (1965) measured peak behavioral spectral sensitivity of 470-490 um in the euphausiid, Meganyctiphanes norvegica, based on the number of individuals responding to bright photoflash stimulation.
Image Editing: Adobe Photoshop, Kodak PhotoFlash Painting: Fractal Design Painter Desktop Publishing: QuarkX-Press, Ready-Set-Go, Page-Maker
Browser displays thumbnails of photos in standard file formats and allows users to drag and drop an item from PhotoFlash to Aldus PageMaker or QuarkXPress.
A document from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency revealed a military operation, codenamed Photoflash, was scheduled for that evening.
There is no suggestion he was unfit to drive the Lanark Grammar coach, which was operated by Carluke firm Photoflash Coaches.
It drives an external high current N-Channel MOSFET and can charge a 100 [micro]F capacitor to 300V in less than 300 ms, making it appropriate for applications such as professional photoflash systems, RF security, inventory control systems and specialized high voltage power supplies.
But maps still pay tribute to the company's legacy, with curving dirt paths marked with such colorful names as Phosphorous, Photoflash and Reject roads.
Reserves: Any Cheek, Ballymac Sheriff, Killieford Codie, Padraigs Hero, Photoflash, Ranger Reidy, Target Nala, Till Robin, Troopers Para (W), Woodys Aurora.
16 (480m): Photoflash, Ashbank Dec, Neens Brandy, Hot To Trott, Forge Heather, Geordie Cassie (W).
His friend added that Munro, who works for Carluke coach firm Photoflash, had undergone a full Disclosure Scotland check to work with South Lanarkshire Council.
Last night Photoflash Coaches of Carluke said they were devastated.