pressure mark

pressure mark

[′presh·ər ‚märk]
(graphic arts)
A defect found in processed film which may appear as reduced or increased density.
References in periodicals archive ?
Look for big, fully-colored fruits, then give them the thumbnail test: the skin of mature fruits should show little or no pressure mark.
Some stuff won't be investigated and it puts people under real pressure MARK LINDSAY POLICE FEDERATION
UNDER pressure Mark Hughes travels to the Ricoh Arena this weekend looking for his Stoke side to avoid an FA Cup banana skin against Coventry City.
The enamel boarder is pinched antero-posteriorly and shows a pressure mark at the base which indicates that it is a last incisor.
The pathologist's report also said a pressure mark on her right shoulder would indicate she was wearing a seatbelt.
The pressure mark must be relieved by adjusting the acrylic resin.
In a blistering period of pressure Mark Dawson netted twice then New Marske forced an own goal off Renwick to build a commanding lead.
Owen doubled his side's tally just after the break following good work from the tireless Moran, then after a spell of sustained pressure Mark Allen made the score 3-0 on the hour mark.
We fully understand increase adds extra pressure MARK HODGES HEAD OF CENTRICA CONSUMER
UKA are determined possible London 2012 medal challengers such as junior world 100m champion Harry Aikines-Aryeetey will not undergo the pressure Mark Lewis-Francis did.
We all know the pressure Mark Warburton is under but if Brendan doesn't win the first trophy, it builds on him too.