Definition of Photograms

1. Noun. (plural of photogram) ¹



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Definition of Photograms

1. photogram [n] - See also: photogram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Photograms

photoglow
photoglow tube
photoglow tubes
photoglows
photoglycine
photoglyphic
photoglyphy
photoglyptic
photogoniometer
photogoniometers
photogram
photogrammetric
photogrammetrical
photogrammetries
photogrammetry
photograms (current term)
photograph
photograph album
photographable
photographed
photographer
photographer's model
photographeress
photographeresses
photographers
photographic
photographic artist
photographic camera
photographic emulsion
photographic equipment

Literary usage of Photograms

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1899)
"By JOHN MILNE 226 251 255 265 256 257 258 XIII. Preliminary Examination of photograms obtained with tlie Seismometer in the Liverpool Observatory. ..."

2. A Course in Descriptive Geometry and Photogrammetry for the Mathematical by Edward Lindsay Ince (1915)
"It may happen in practice, that at the time of taking the photograms ... Thus the only materials on which to work are the actual photograms themselves. ..."

3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1906)
"photograms OF THE YEAR 1906. Typical photographic pictures of the year ... Unlike other year books, photograms of the Year shows things done instead of how ..."

4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1909)
"photograms of the Year 1909: Typical Photographic Pictures of the Year Reproduced ... As this series of photograms of the Year grows its individual numbers ..."

5. The American Amateur Photographer (1898)
"photograms of the Year, though only four years old, comes to our table as one of ... As the barometer of photography photograms of'gS shows a satisfactory ..."

6. The Student, and Intellectual Observer (1869)
"MY DEAR SIR,—I have just met with a somewhat remarkable instance of variation between the photograms of De la Rue, 1858, Feb. ..."

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