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Johnny Kelly
   has played drums in   
Type O Negative
Tourmaline (Black)
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Protection from Negative Energy
Reduces fears, obsessions, neurosis, and panic with a calm rootedness.
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The Break-up of Another Band: Negative FX
Negative Wallet Biopsy
Patient Transferred to Cheaper Hospital Because S/he Has No Insurance/funds
Tooth to Tattoo Ratio
Visual Determination of Basic Intelligence. A Positive Ratio (more Teeth then Tattoos) is Generally Better Than a Negative Ratio is Bad.
Negative Contact
Didn't Make Contact With the Desired Station
Negative Copy
Didn't Hear
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Or N - November
A Negative Ion
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An Instrument Used for Measuring the Optical Density of an Area in a Negative or Print.
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The Degree of Blackness of an Area in a Negative or Print
Determines the amount of light that will pass through it or reflect from it. Sometimes referred to as contrast.
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A Print That is Larger Than the Negative or Slide; Blowup.
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A Light Source, a Negative Holder and a Lens Used to Project a Negative Image.
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A Photograph or Negative That is Too Low in Contrast.
The range in density in a negative or print is too short.
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Darkening or Discoloring of a Negative or Print or Lightening or Discoloring of a Slide
Fogging can be caused by: exposure to nonimage-forming light to which the photographic material is sensitive or too much handling in air during development or, over-development, outdated film or paper, or storage of film or paper in a hot, humid place.
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Developed Film That Contains a Reversed Image of the Original Scene.
Negative Holder
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A Device Designed to Position a Negative in an Enlarger.
Printing Frame
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A Device Used for Contact Printing That Holds a Negative Against the Photographic Paper.
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Altering a Print or Negative After Development.
Thin Negative
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A Negative That is Underexposed or Underdeveloped (or Both)
A thin negative appears less dense than a normal negative.
James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo
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Their Discovery of Cancer Therapy by Inhibition of Negative Immune Regulation
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The Brightest Areas of a Subject and the Corresponding Areas in a Negative, a Print, or a Slide.
"Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder"
   featured the chalkboard gag   
"I Won't Not Use No Double Negatives"
Modest Mouse
   sang the song   
Whenever You Breathe Out, I Breathe In (Positive Negative)
Negatively Charged Atomic Particles
High Contrast
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A Wide Range of Density in a Print or Negative.
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The Sand-like or Granular Appearance of a Negative, Print, or Slide.
Graininess becomes more pronounced with faster film and the degree of enlargement.
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Retouching a Processed Print to Eliminate Spots Left by Dust or Scratches on the Negative.
Contact Print
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A Print Made by Exposing Photographic Paper While It is Held Tightly Against the Negative.
Images in the print will be the same size as those in the negative.

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