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moving picture

[′müv·iŋ ′pik·chər]
(graphic arts)
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Overall, it seems Moving Picture World much preferred the term "motion picture," or--as the publication's own name suggests--"moving picture.
8) The following year, Moving Picture World criticized the poor visual quality of many then-current travelogues, and the "comparatively little judgment exercised in selecting what is most enjoyable [for an audience to view].
Likewise, Richard Abel develops our understanding of moving picture programming, detailing the initial emphasis on the projector and going on to discuss the subsequent and varied use of moving pictures by itinerant exhibitors, variety theatre managers, educators, and businessmen developing programs in permanent cinema theatres.
A Moving Picture is a trove of potential hit singles.
Henry Ford's Moving Picture Show: An Investigator's Guide to the Films Produced by the Ford Motor Company" looks at Henry Ford's foray into motion pictures, as he formed a motion picture studio in 1914.
The Art of Moving Picture Posters" is packed cover to cover with black and white reproductions of some of these posters for study by art students.
That's the heart of what a truly moving picture is.
This exhibition includes over 150 paintings, posters, and photographs and 50 films, representing the development of moving picture technology in the 1890s and the wave of creativity the medium generated among artists.
But what is likely to work best is something in between - a moving picture.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-24 February 2005-Digital Vision AB receives image processing system order from The Moving Picture Company(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Hitachi is a leader in the development of technologies, which offer high-picture quality and a wide viewing angle and are well-suited for moving picture images.
NIST actively participated in the development of the MPEG-7 Multimedia Content Description Interface standard, which was released at the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) meeting in Thailand in December 2001.