work print


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work print

[′wərk ‚print]
(graphic arts)
The first print of a motion picture; used for preliminary screening and editing.
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The research also revealed that almost half of professionals at home print more than 30 pages per week, while nearly 40 per cent of professionals at work print more than 100.
Beyond the negative cutting room (into which no man was ever allowed) and separated from it by the men's lavatory (into which no woman ever penetrated) was the lab entrance, to which rushes and opticals were delivered and from which fresh work prints were received.
Screenings of the work print finally commenced last Thursday, two days before the Los Angeles Critics were scheduled to vote.
Despite the fact that it was a 3 1/2-hour work print, people said they generally liked the picture, including the performances of stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
This year, Hazar Kilani published multiple articles in The Guardian newspaper, following in the footsteps of her peers who had their work printed in The Washington Post, Forbes magazine and on Al Jazeera's website, among others.
Through the years it has seen a steady stream of contributors who don't get paid, but bask in their work printed on the website.
"To have my work printed in the show is overwhelming!" Four second-years from the Textiles and Surface Design Degree group in Hartlepool helped set up, design and man the college's stand at the show.
In the preface to Paradise Lost, his most-noted work printed in 1758, Baskerville describes himself as an admirer of the beauty of letters.
The winning artists will have their work printed in an exclusive Treasures of the UAE calendar.
Those selected will have their work printed in an exclusive Treasure of the UAE Calendar.
And within days of the work being put up Michael had received a lot of interest and had his work printed and framed by Framehouse, in Consett.