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fixer

Photog a solution containing one or more chemical compounds that is used, in fixing, to dissolve unexposed silver halides. It sometimes has an additive to stop the action of developer

Fixer

 

a mixture of chemical compounds that converts the undeveloped silver halide in a photographic emulsion into watersoluble complex salts. The primary constituents of fixers are usually thiosulfates, chiefly sodium thiosulfate. Fixers are applied in the form of an aqueous solution or paste.

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Mutschke and his team have been planning meticulously for the last two years to prevent World Cup games from becoming victim to the fixers, the report added.
Then demonstrate on a sheet of your own by painting lines or shapes of strong developer in some places, and by painting on some fixer (with a clean brush) in other places.
The SPD is continuing the probe on each arrested fixer, and their suspected connection.
While Exif Editor helps in editing and managing photo information, Duplicate Photos Fixer is a powerful app to keep Macs free of repetitive images.
In fact it has pushed her to team up with Fixers, a national charity which has worked with more than 1,500 young people in Wales since 2012, to make a short film explaining what BPD is.
The alleged fixer further claimed to 'having' clubs in Belgium and France as well as controlling an African national side, the report added.
If the tale is to be believed then the Hungarian goalkeeper, who had a two-year ban imposed for failing to report an approach by dodgy geezers from the National Union of Match Fixers before a 4-3 defeat by Fiorentina, was supposed to have been tapped up to ensure three goals were scored at Anfield.
La reunion vise a fixer un programme urgent pour etre applique durant les trois prochains mois dans le but de relancer le tourisme apres les incidents ayant affecte les reservations durant les mois ecoules, a indique le ministre.
Yesterday Lincolnshire police issued a new appeal to find the Kirkdale fixer.
Last month, the Record revealed how African grooms had paid thousands to Scottish fixer Janet Cathie to set up sham weddings.
It is also expanding The Fixer column, a consumer problem solver written by Stephanie Zimmermann.