bipack

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bipack

[′bī‚pak]
(graphic arts)
A photographic film composed of two sensitive emulsions; each is sensitive to a different color when exposed simultaneously.
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He noted that suspected dissident republicans opposed to the peace process shot a man dead in west Belfast last week.
Protesters demanding electoral reform before the country holds a key election under the peace process shot arrows at police officers, triggering a clash in Biratnagar, the hometown of Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala.
BRIDGEND shot themselves in the foot at the Brewery Field yesterday - and in the process shot a sizeable hole in their Celtic League quarter-final qualifying hopes.
But when his clan's militias counterattacked, and in the process shot down two Black Hawk helicopters, the simple extraction turned into an 18-hour bloodbath that left 18 Americans and between 500 and 1,000 Somalis dead.
In a very low scoring first half Bellaghy led 0-3 to 0-2, and in the process shot 11 wides.
His enthusiasm for the film even prompts interesting defenses for previously acknowledged flaws, such as the absurd and needlessly convoluted murder plot, as well as some artificial process shots.
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