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  • n  a print obtained from photoengraving
  • n  an engraving used to reproduce an illustration

  • Even the great Caruso sometimes sang Rodolfo's Che gelida manina aria from La Bohme a halftone down from the high C that Puccini's score calls forand Puccini wrote a letter.
  • His father, Frederic Eugene Ives, 73, invented a process of colored photography and the halftone process of photoengraving.
  • Concertgoers, bred in a world where the finest division of music is the halftone, in which the chromatic scale has a total of twelve tones to the octave, heard, or tried to hear .

  • Vicente del Bosque in USA Today
    OpenRIP Flexo 7.0 is proof, once again, that Xanté genuinely listens to customers, and then turns wish lists and suggestions into real solutions. The halftone post-processing feature resulted from a customer request at Labelexpo Brussels, just a... Andrea http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrea&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHLqsZXt5QuQobNSEyLg3N6eBm0Hg What They Think http://www.google.com/url?q=http://members.whattheythink.com/news/newslink.cfm%3Fid%3D32044&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEI6kMLGkoiiIdgebfBQYl90rMTtQ May 20, 2008 44990 61463 halfway We will be halfway there if we defend like we did against Portugal and Germany," the 59-year-old Del Bosque said.

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