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It is the last edition (Paris, 1840), and purports to be "augmente d'un examen critique et des preuves positives," &c.
Nor do I see the advantage the pictures would possess, if they did, over positives taken by our process.
As soon as she fires the gravity-beam, these filaments will load her up with the left-over positives till she grunts.
Again, to restrain an undesirable faculty, develop and exercise its opposite—kill out the negatives by developing the positives.
THE HUMAN AURASWAMI PANCHADASI
Positives printed in a bright sun quickly are always better than those obtained by longer exposure without sun.
Great attention should be paid to this: for the finest tints are only to be obtained in positives exposed exactly the right time.
The men of to-day are thus negatives or positives, as they range themselves under one opinion or the other.
Mais il s'agit ici de les convertir en lois, en prescriptions positives et internationales.
Anything beyond it is ideal, made up of two positives, and a thousand years ahead of us.
THE GOLDEN CENSERJOHN MCGOVERN
If properly treated, a negative remains good for years, and will serve for an indefinite number of positives or true photographs.
GENERAL SCIENCEBERTHA M. CLARK

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