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Johnny Kelly
   has played drums in   
Type O Negative
Tourmaline (Black)
   is associated with   
Protection from Negative Energy
Reduces fears, obsessions, neurosis, and panic with a calm rootedness.
NOFX
   are named after   
The Break-up of Another Band: Negative FX
10-74
   means   
Negative
Negative Wallet Biopsy
   means   
Patient Transferred to Cheaper Hospital Because S/he Has No Insurance/funds
Tooth to Tattoo Ratio
   means   
Visual Determination of Basic Intelligence. A Positive Ratio (more Teeth then Tattoos) is Generally Better Than a Negative Ratio is Bad.
Negative
   Means   
No
Negative Contact
   Means   
Didn't Make Contact With the Desired Station
Negative Copy
   Means   
Didn't Hear
Negative
   is represented by   

Negative
   is represented by   

Or N - November
Anion
   means   
A Negative Ion
Densitometer
   is described as   
An Instrument Used for Measuring the Optical Density of an Area in a Negative or Print.
Density
   is described as   
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.
Enlargement
   is described as   
A Print That is Larger Than the Negative or Slide; Blowup.
Enlarger
   is described as   
A Light Source, a Negative Holder and a Lens Used to Project a Negative Image.
Flat
   is described as   
A Photograph or Negative That is Too Low in Contrast.
The range in density in a negative or print is too short.
Fogging
   is described as   
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to which the photographic material is sensitive or too much handling in air during development or, over-development, outdated film or paper, or storage of film or paper in a hot, humid place.
Negative
   is described as   
Developed Film That Contains a Reversed Image of the Original Scene.
Negative Holder
   is described as   
A Device Designed to Position a Negative in an Enlarger.
Printing Frame
   is described as   
A Device Used for Contact Printing That Holds a Negative Against the Photographic Paper.
Retouching
   is described as   
Altering a Print or Negative After Development.
Thin Negative
   is described as   
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
   won for work on   
Their Discovery of Cancer Therapy by Inhibition of Negative Immune Regulation
2018
Highlights
   is described as   
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)
Electrons
   means   
Negatively Charged Atomic Particles
High Contrast
   is described as   
A Wide Range of Density in a Print or Negative.
Graininess
   is described as   
The Sand-like or Granular Appearance of a Negative, Print, or Slide.
Graininess becomes more pronounced with faster film and the degree of enlargement.
Spotting
   is described as   
Retouching a Processed Print to Eliminate Spots Left by Dust or Scratches on the Negative.
Contact Print
   is described as   
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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