right-reading

right-reading

In printing, a photographic image that looks the same as the original. See offset press. Contrast with wrong-reading.
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Each lens feeds a pairs of diagonal mirrors that provide a right-reading view at the eyepiece.
diam., comes in both left- and right-reading styles, and is offered in 13 lengths to accommodate different mold-plate thicknesses.
Interestingly, Jackson finds in Eliot a philosophical sophistication that eludes her immediate predecessors and paradoxically confronts her with the crisis all right-reading necessarily invites: plurality of interpretation.
The heart of this 50-mm finder unit is a 90[degrees]erecting prism that provides right-reading views.