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Gat
   is   
A Pistol
Short for Gatling, named after inventor R. J. Gatling (1818 - 1903).
Gat
   is   
A Narrow Channel of Water
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.
Blanc
   is missing from the title of   
Reggatta De ___
The Police (1979)
Thin Negative
   is described as   
A Negative That is Underexposed or Underdeveloped (or Both)
A thin negative appears less dense than a normal negative.
Alligatoridae
   is the zoological family for   
Alligators
The Golden Gate Bridge
   is situated in   
The U.S.A.
San Francisco, California
Bill Gates
   is famous for being an   
Entrepreneur
Founder of the Microsoft Empire. Is the wealthiest man in the world with an estimated fortune of 46 billion US dollars!
M1 Garand, Gatling, Colt, Uzi
   are all   
Weapons Named After People
Firearms
Bill Gates
   is/was   
Leader of Microsoft
World’s richest man for thirteen straight years
Pierre Qui Roule N'amasse Pas Mousse
   means   
A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss
Congregation
   of   
Worshippers
Agatha Christie
   is famous for being an   
Author
Agatha Christie started writing fiction and her first published book was The Mysterious Affair at Styles. Numerous other books followed, many featuring the detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple
Gather
   is an antonym of   
Distribute
Christie
   is a name shared by   
Agatha, Doug, Julie
Writer, lawyer, actress
Densitometer
   is described as   
An Instrument Used for Measuring the Optical Density of an Area in a Negative or Print.
Reap
   is   
Harvest or Gather Produce
Poroscope
   is used for   
Investigating Porosity
The U.S.A.
   is the location of   
Gates of the Arctic National Park
China
   is the site of   
Mount Qingcheng and the Dujiangyan Irrigation System
Segregated Pedal Cycle and Pedestrian Route
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Fertigate
   is a combination of   
Fertilize and Irrigate
Retouching
   is described as   
Altering a Print or Negative After Development.
High Contrast
   is described as   
A Wide Range of Density in a Print or Negative.
Compass Rose
   is associated with   
Navigation
Colgate-Palmolive
   was named after   
William Colgate
Dune
   means   
An Elongated Mound of Sand Formed by Wind or Water
Florida
   has the   
Gators
Gainesville, Florida
Thalamus, Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Medulla Oblongata
   are all   
Brain Parts
Congregation
   of   
Churchgoers
Australia
   is the location of   
Wallingat National Park
Negatory
   Means   
No
Fishing Expedition
   is defined as   
An Investigation Undertaken in the Hope of Discovering Useful Information
Legal grasping at straws
Colgate, Aim, Arm & Hammer, Aquafresh
   are all   
Brands of Toothpaste
Of course also Crest
Susumu Hanagata
   comes from   
Japan
F. Scott Fitzgerald
   wrote   
The Great Gatsby
A chronical of the "Jazz Age". Time magazine's #7 in its list of the Ten Greatest Books of All Time.
Nazi
   is   
A Derogatory Term for a Person Fanatically Dedicated To, or Seeking to Control, Something
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.
OFIGATOOS
   means   
One Foot In the Grave And The Other One Slipping
Rialto, Verrazano Narrows, Tacoma Narrows, Lions Gate
   are all   
Bridges
Declarative, Interrogative, Exclamatory, Imperative
   are all   
Types of Sentences
Enlargement
   is described as   
A Print That is Larger Than the Negative or Slide; Blowup.
Agatha Christie
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Mirror Crack'd (1980)
Based on the 1962 book 'The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side'
Woman's
      
Prerogative
Tongue-in-cheek phrase indicating a woman's right to change her mind
Mandatory
   is defined as   
Required, Compulsory or Obligatory
Golden Gate City
   is a nickname for   
San Francisco, CA
F. Scott Fitzgerald
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Great Gatsby (1974)
Won 2 Oscars for Best Costume Design and Best Music. Starred Robert Redford and Mia Farrow
Golden Gate Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Notorious site for suicide. It is said a person jumps off the bridge every 15 days.
Negative Holder
   is described as   
A Device Designed to Position a Negative in an Enlarger.
Bill Gates
   was a/an   
Businessman
Chairman of Microsoft, philanthropist and one of the wealthiest persons in the world; born, 1955






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