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darkroom

a room in which photographs are processed in darkness or safe light

darkroom

[′därk ‚rüm]
(graphic arts)
A light-free room illuminated by a safelight for processing light-sensitive materials.
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Bekah Sloan, top, and Filippo Fiori, in the Dark Room Picture: TRACEY OP'NEILL/ to210108darkroom-3
Last of the principal eight runners jumping the final fence, in a race last run in 1965, Cooper refused to be denied and gave Dark Room a never-say-die ride to force home the JP McManus-owned gelding with three lengths to spare over
Like the renowned Dark Room collective, the Eugene B.
In a big dark room where we wonderful people can lose ourselves to a flickering image, forgetting the world outside, with the exception of an occasional yowling baby or earnest candy-unwrapper.
Assumpta would be spinning in her grave if she saw Dervla Kirwan's stark, shorn new look in disturbing thriller The Dark Room but the actress is thrilled to bits with it.
The best colour solution is a pale but vibrant shade - yellow is always a good choice, as it br ings a hint of sunshine into a dark room.
raised their rifles to their shoulders all at once and opened fire." Nairn recalls the last time he saw Pinto inside Timor, the night before the ill-fated march: "We were in a dark room lit by a single candle.
RACHEL Seiffert became a household name with her Man Booker-shortlisted novel The Dark Room, and her latest offering, The Walk Home (Virago, PS14.99) boasts the same ambition and power.
Store cleaned seed in screw-top, airtight jars in a dark room with a steady temperature, dropping in a sachet of silica gel crystals to soak up any moisture.
Previous productions from the Hope Street company have included Dracula and Macabre and this latest offering, The Dark Room, has the tell-tale Ullaloom bloody handprint.
Also premiered at the Unity will be The Dark Room, another showby a Liverpool company - Ullaloom.
Bozos called for women who dare to feed their infants anywhere other than in a dark room be sent to the House of Jezabels.