Definition of Bolograph

1. Noun. Record or recording made by a bolometer.

Exact synonyms: Bologram
Generic synonyms: Recording



Definition of Bolograph

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bolograph

bolloxed
bolloxes
bolloxing
bolls
bollu preñáu
bollworm
bollworms
bolo
bolo knife
bolo tie
bolo ties
bologna
bolognas
bolognese pasta sauce
bologram
bolograph (current term)
bolographic
bolographs
bolometer
bolometers
bolometric
bolometric correction
bolometric magnitude
bolometric magnitudes
bolometrically
boloney
boloneys
bolos
bolsheviki
bolsheviks

Literary usage of Bolograph

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"A bolograph oí the sodium double yellow line indicating the nickel line between them. This will show the extreme delicacy of this method of feeling and ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1905)
"That question I have tried to solve by examining the spectrum of ozone from X = 0'6 ¡г to X = 14 ц by means of the spectro- bolograph that I have ..."

3. Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Spanish Language in the British Museum by Pascual de Gayangos, British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts (1893)
"Two bolograph letters of the Bishop of Orense [San Clemente], one to the King, the other to Matheo Vazquez ; Orense, 28 Jan. 1586 (received at Madrid on the ..."

4. Latin Phrases and Maxims: With Translations and Illustrations by John Trayner Trayner (1861)
"1802, M. 1 5952, where a testamentary deed,not bolograph.and wanting the name of the writer and designation of the witnesses, was found ineffectual, ..."

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