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toner

Photog a chemical solution that softens or alters the colour of the tones of a photographic image
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toner

[′tō·nər]
(graphic arts)
The fine, black, resinous powder used in electrostatic imaging processes to make an electrostatic image readable; the toner is either deposited directly on coated paper or transferred from a charged surface to ordinary paper, then fused to the paper by heating.
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toner

An undiluted organic pigment; contains little or no inert matter.
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toner

An electrically charged ink used in copy machines and laser printers. It adheres to an invisible image that has been charged with the opposite polarity onto a plate or drum or onto the paper itself.
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Former British and Irish Lions captain O'Driscoll believes Leinster stalwart Toner could have proved crucial to Ireland's lineout at the World Cup, but still backed boss Schmidt to steer his side back to top form.
To access this new functionality, customers simply need to purchase the Pro8432WT specific black toner and drum and download the ICC Profile and Custom Media File from their local OKI website.
An intuitive print gauge technology also constantly tracks toner levels to predict cartridge life more precisely than ever before.
Some studies have investigated toner exposure and its effects on health in Japanese toner and photocopier manufacturing companies using various methods and have reported no health effects of toner exposure [9-14].
The ''Global and Chinese Toner Cartridge Industry, 2016 Market Research Report'' is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Toner Cartridge Market with a focus on the Chinese market.
Over the past few years, with evolution of herbal skin toner some herbal product based companies such as Himalaya Drug Co.
Toner also added that Turkmens were actually have every right to defend themselves in case being attacked by these Russian strikes.
As the jury returned a verdict of not proven yesterday at the High Court in Glasgow, Toner's brother James shouted to the jury: "You made a mistake a big mistake.
One solution to this is the use of chemically prepared toner (CPT).
The great-grandparents were the first tenants to move into Derwentdale Court, in Blackhill, near Consett, when it opened in 1981, and celebrated Mr Toner's birthday with fellow residents, family and staff from Derwentside Homes, which owns the sheltered court.
Natio Ageless Rehydrating Toner (200ml, pounds 12) Verdict: Packed with goodies including rosehip, aloe and mandarin, this toner aims to purify without stripping the in built moisture out of your skin.
NIVEA VISAGE PURE AND NAT A URAL CLEANSING TONER (200ml, pounds 3.36) With argan oil and aloe vera, this is gentle on the skin with a refreshing scent and there is plenty of product for the price.