In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- When using very high bromide developers, it may be necessary to use a 200 to 250 watt light bulb in order to get good reversal effects.
- Liam states that pinholes do not occur with reversal processing of lith film, but we included a water bath anyway since it doesn't take long.
- This was a ‘five lights’ production filmed on 16 mm reversal stock because they couldn't afford better.
- In the box were six rolls of pristine 16 mm Kodachrome reversal motion-picture film.
- Since super-8 film is reversal stock like slide film, I had never thought a super-8 negative could exist.
2(of trend, policy) cambio completo masculine(of trend, policy) cambio total masculine(of sentence) revocación femininewe appealed for a reversal of the decision — apelamos para que se revocara la decisión
- They maintained their lead through April, the latest data available, marking a dramatic reversal from 1999.
- In both years of this study, the highest ice speeds were observed following reversals of direction.
- Clearly, such a reversal of the current course would not be achievable overnight.
- This remarkable reversal of roles is the film's strongest dynamic and occurs between virtually all the characters.
- Compared to the results of the national elections held last September 22, the reversal is no less dramatic.
- Monsoon is used to describe seasonal reversals of wind direction, caused by temperature differences between the land and sea.
- I stress this pattern because July has been a wet month, a dramatic reversal from the driest June on record.
- There has been an extraordinary reversal in the parties' positions on Europe.
- The dramatic reversal illustrates the extent to which the media's polling results are simply measuring the impact of their own coverage.
- One must look back to the early 1930s to find such a dramatic reversal.
- The land is zoned ‘green belt’ and ‘sensitive landscape’, making any change a serious reversal of current spatial policy.
- There was, nevertheless, one positive effect in this reversal in popularity.
- For arrogant unilateralists, it is a dramatic reversal.
- Stopped just eighty-six meters from a collision, the frigate's commander was no doubt dumbfounded by the sudden reversal of position.
- The Kilmovee, Urlaur, Kilkelly, and Glann and surrounding areas have now benefited from the work of past years by devoted people wishing for a reversal of the rural population decline.
- Even in the earliest stages of new growth, complete reversals in budding directions of zooids are evident.
- The data therefore chronicle a dramatic reversal in the direction of invasion.
- At the same time, the whole gender reversal at play in the film is a bit trite - the woman as breadwinner, juggling a spouse and a lover, etc.
- However, after their reversal of political positions, both are still adjusting to their roles cautiously and climbing on their learning curves.
- The mayor's comments marked a reversal of his previous position on the issue.
3formal(setback)revés masculineher plans suffered a serious reversal — sus planes sufrieron un serio revés
- a reversal of fortune — un revés de fortuna
- But the party suffered serious reversals Feb. 25, when it lost all of four state-level elections.
- Tony Blair and Mr Brown had made clear beforehand they would not implement the review but the reversals were the first suffered by the Labour leadership at the conference since a revolt over pensions two years ago.
- Last night O'Sullivan suffered a similar reversal, just as he had done in the 1997 final against Steve Davis.
- Certainly the Palestinians have suffered reversals and losses.
- Townsley's goal and then Ged Brannan's penalty, two minutes into injury time, represented a dramatic reversal for an unfortunate Dunfermline side.
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