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noun as in magic lantern

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Once everyone can see the big game, it’s important that they can hear it, tooAlthough a lot of projectors have built-in speakers—some of which are surprisingly good—nothing really beats a solid sound system to back up your impressive visuals.

A portable projector is a great way to expand your display beyond the limits of a television or laptop.

At little more than the size of a soda can, this powerful wireless projector makes everything else on the market seem like something from your 7th grade science classroom.

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Another, called ProjectorSpot, sold projectors, while yet another, YardSteals, was a platform for home and yard equipment.

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You could follow my friend’s lead and invest in a tiny film projector.

Through a front window I saw the blue light of the running projector, making silhouettes of the children.

Welles, who once dismissed his masterpiece Citizen Kane as “dollar-book Freud,” was nothing if not a projector.

Fox News is on the projector screen, laptops showing the latest results are on the table, and the chicken wings are getting cold.

A huge 35mm film projector, click-clacking in our midst, shines a red rectangle onto a screen.

I am also aware that I may hereby cast a suspicion of the spirit of a wild projector, over the subject of this memoir.

Mercer jumped for the projector, but I was nearer, and in a moment I had flashed it on.

I judged it to be the dynamo or battery from which the projector was supplied with the light‑ray.

And I believed that if we could keep behind it they could not reach us with their larger projector.

The large projector was mounted in the bow beyond the canopy.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to projector, such as: overhead projector, slide projector, and stereopticon.

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