ANSEL character set

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ANSEL character set

(American National Standard Extended Latin) An ANSI character set that supports diacritical marks for Latin-based foreign languages. It uses the additional 128 values provided by the eighth bit of the byte to store the diacritic for that character. ANSEL is also known as the American Library Association character set. GEDCOM genealogical files use ANSEL characters. See ANSI character set and GEDCOM.
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Via the John Muir Trail, you can enter the heart of the Ansel Adams Wilderness, and from there spend a summer exploring its waters; or you can hike a few miles up the trail with a lunch, drop into the San Joaquin, and fish your way back to the trailhead for a wonderful day trip.
Developed by the award-winning Multimedia Corporation of London, in close technical and artistic cooperation with the Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust, The Ansel Adams Screensaver is the first of its kind representing the famed photographer's work outside of books, calendars, posters, and postcards.
Ansel has been in special education classes since he was three because he has learning disabilities in addition to his physical disability.
Next they, manipulate each image using Ansel Image.
Ansel Brainerd Cook Chapter continues to collect socks for the summer and winter Chicago Stand Downs, which will be held in June and November.
So the developer basically has to hook that up to the Ansel code.
I feel that I owe much to the great photographers of the past (especially Ansel Adams) for their dedication to the craft, and for inspiring me in my late teens.
But, near sunset a half century ago, Ansel Adams was captivated instead by the distant Clark Range to the southeast, where a waxing gibbous Moon was rising.
The gallery, which features works by such renowned photographers as Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank and Jacques Henri Lartigue, will be expanding into the new location from space it currently occupies at 52 East 76th Street.
Chris Evert, Michelle Akers, Althea Gibson, Amelia Earhart, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Mary Lou Retton, Tara Lipinski and Martina Navratilova, with famous photographers and photojournalists such as Mary Ellen Mark, Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, Tina Barney, Lee Friedlander, Justine Kurland, Ruth Orkin, Eve Fowler, Andrea Modica, Charles Harbutt, Robert Mapplethorpe and Pulitzer Prize winners Annie Wells, April Saul, Melissa Farlow and Rick Rickman.
The Ansel Adams 100th-anniversary celebration took on a touch of glamour this summer when a Sierra Club documentary on the photographer's life and work was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Cinematography for Non-Fiction Programming.
Mountain imagery has always served as a visual shorthand for the sublime, from the pantheist canvases of Caspar David Friedrich and the Catskills of the Hudson River School to Ansel Adams's photographs of the Rockies.