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photomask

[′fōd·ō‚mask]
(electronics)
A film or glass negative that has many high-resolution images, used in the production of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits.

photomask

An opaque image on a translucent plate that is used as a light filter to transfer an image from one device to another. See chip.
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Metwalli studied serum metals and lipids in patients with acute MI showed that decrease serum iron may be explained by infarction including a shift of serum iron into the reticule endothelial system which may initiate ferritin synthesis.
A droplet of water was deposited on the sample surface and contact angle was measured directly from the measuring reticule after adjusting to view extreme right or left of the drop and adjusting the cross section to be tangent with the base line of the drop [13].
These "classic" lines establish continuity with tradition--what she calls the "old style"--that like the objects in her reticule keeps her afloat.
In 2009, Imageworks released five open source projects including OSL, a programmable shading language for rendering, Field3d, a voxel data storage library, Maya Reticule, a Maya Plug-in for camera masking, Scala Migration, a database migration tool, and Pystring, a python-like string handling in C++.
The anonymous music book The Companion to the Reticule (c.
I slipped out my laser rangefinder, planted the reticule on the ram, and punched the distance button--46 yards.
One of advantages of such arrangement is that the instrument to be checked is pointed to the reticule of the autocollimator, in such way ensuring the strict direction of the instrument's optical axis pointed to the infinity of the autocollimator axis.
A reticule was used to quantify the number of IgG4-positive plasma cells in the lymphoid aggregates in 5 high-power fields (x400), and the numbers were then averaged.
Note: The K-14 had a fixed pipper on the gun line in addition to the disturbed reticule showing lead.
Quentin proves he is familiar with this artistic device by including the detail of Miss Rosa's "bonnet (black once but faded now to that fierce muted metallic green of old peacock feathers) and the black reticule almost as large as a carpet bag containing all the keys which the house possessed" while telling Shreve of Miss Rosa's preparations to go out to Sutpen's house (142).
The M24 also provides a ranging reticule for range estimation and adjusting indirect fires.