bioscope


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bioscope

1. a kind of early film projector
2. a South African word for cinema
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New Delhi [India], Nov 25 ( ANI ): Sushant Singh Rajput, who has always pushed boundaries and taken risks every step of the way through the course of his career, will now be part of an interactive session for Bioscope at the 48th International Film Festival of India.
Atomic force microscopy (AFM) images were obtained in a tapping mode on a BioScope (Digital Instrument).
There is a place where bioscope is displayed and a different arena for archery, dart games, ball games where consumers can have a gala time.
THE inaugural edition of the Bioscope Global Film Festival (BGFF) at the NDMC Convention Centre in the Capital will feature films in 15 Indian regional languages apart from movies in 15 international languages.
Exhibition opportunities are limited in a country dominated by risk-averse corporate plexes, says Darryl Els of the Bioscope, Johannesburg's only indie theater.
Alfie is a little boy from India who is curious and imaginative and goes on adventures with his baby elephant best friend, Hthi and their magical bioscope.
AFM: Atomic force microscopy was performed with a Bioscope Catalyst AFM in ScanAssyst mode at a rate of 0.
It made its debut at the Bioscope Independent Cinema in Johannesburg and according to producer Tarryn Lee Crossman a deal has been signed with Channel 4 to air a shortened version.
His Bioscope, which resembles a streamlined Super 8 camera with a hand crank, is a personal digital-video viewer.
They were well received by the British trade paper, The Bioscope.
13) For instance, in April 1911 Alabastra films were shown for approximately two weeks in Franz Anton Noggerath's Bioscope Theater on Reguliersbreestraat in Amsterdam ("Bioscope-Theater").
2011a) y al igual que en el proyecto BioScope (Szarvas et al.