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Definition of Cinematically
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Literary usage of Cinematically
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1. Mathematical and Physical Papers: Collected from Different Scientific by Baron William Thomson Kelvin, Sir Joseph Larmor, James Prescott Joule (1882)
"Hence, of all the states of motion of the fluid cinematically possible at each instant, any one which differs from the actual state of motion possesses a ..."
2. The Elements of Machine Design. by William Cawthorne Unwin (1908)
"... it is convenient to study first the action of toothless rollers, because each kind of toothed wheel is equivalent cinematically to a toothless roller. ..."
3. The Art of Photoplay Making by Victor Oscar Freeburg (1918)
"If it is true that these effects are more beautiful in movement than in repose, the cinema composer is happy in being able to represent them cinematically. ..."
4. A Treatise on Infinitesimal Calculus: Containing Differential and Integral by Bartholomew Price (1862)
"cinematically indeed other modes of estimating motion might have been taken. In Chapter II it has been proved that whatever is the motion of a bodv, ..."
5. The Mathematical and Other Writings of Robert Leslie Ellis by Robert Leslie Ellis, Harvey Goodwin (1863)
"... the confounding the admission that all phenomena are to be explained cinematically with the assertion that they can all be explained mechanically may be ..."
6. The Wandering Jew: Melodramatic Science-fiction, Dramatico-musical "folk Opera"by Robert D. Manning, Eugène Sue by Robert D. Manning, Eugène Sue (1991)
"It has been dramatized by Sue and many playwrights; adapted cinematically by George Méliès in 1903. Victor Hugo and Fyodor Dostoevsky were both influenced ..."