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enlarge

verb add to, aggrandize, amplificare, annex, augere, augment, broaden, build, build up, develop, dilatare, dilate, distend, elaborate, enhance, exaggerate, expatiate, extend, fatten, fill out, grow, inflate, intensify, lengthen, magnify, make greater, make larger, multiply, progress, protract, raise, spread, stretch, supplement, swell, widen
Associated concepts: materially alter, repair
See also: accrue, advance, amplify, bear, build, compound, develop, enhance, expand, extricate, heighten, increase, inflate, magnify, overestimate, raise, recruit, supplement, yield

TO ENLARGE. To extend; as, to enlarge a rule to plead, is to extend the time during which a defendant may plead. To enlarge, means also to set at liberty; as, the prisoner was enlarged on giving bail.

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Instead of a camera that registered lighted images it saw through a lens, the darkroom enlarger projected light through the negative and lens onto photographic paper in an easel below.
In addition, it also has a Braille printer, enlarger, speaking book reading machines, 10 pocket-size reading machines, and other alternative documents.
Some of the memorabilia includes old cameras and equipment such as an enlarger.
Hazeldon73's landscape near Wigan is the kind of effect that thousands more of the used to be done with paper cutouts in the darkroom, holding back one part of the image as it was exposed in the enlarger.
In the archive's early days, he made prints from negatives in his darkroom on a large-format Durst enlarger.
New enlarger, new camera, all the means and no means, everything attests to my powerlessness.
The face, arms and legs, because they were to be bronze, were then shaped out of polyurethane foam with a router that was programmed by the enlarger.
The concluding Handbook chapter contains useful information about general darkroom safety, darkroom and enlarger basics, film development basics, enlarging papers, contact sheets and making enlargements.
Table 1 : Coefficient of K for Different Pipe Fittings Sl Number no Type/unit K of units Total K 1 Pipe Enlarger 0.
1) is far too to big (note its size) to be a Rayogram: in fact, it was made by inserting the insect into a negative enlarger.
Its members rechristened themselves the Dark Room Collective--"so-named for a small, dimly lit room in the house that once held a photographic enlarger but gradually began to accumulate books" (Valentine 59)--and remade themselves as something of a "pre or PMFA":
So, she placed a colored gel between the light source of the enlarger and the paper, and performed the initial exposure.