Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Disperse ...20 Typefaces

Disperse ...Related Words


Definition/MeaningWord/Phrase
pollinated by wind-dispersed pollenanemophilous
widely dispersed, becomebroadcast , diffuse , scattershot
distribution of colors produced when light is dispersed by a prismcolor spectrum , visible spectrum
optical device consisting of a surface with many parallel grooves in it; disperses a beam of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) into its wavelengths to produce its spectrumdiffraction grating , grating
property of being diffused or disperseddiffusion , dissemination
separate or dispersedisband
(of colloids) a substance in which another is colloidally disperseddispersing medium , dispersing phasedispersion medium
fire dispersed so as to engage effectively an area targetdistributed fire
milk with the fat particles broken up and dispersed uniformly so the cream will not risehomogenized milk
notation for forming mathematical expressions using parentheses and governed by rules of operator precedence; operators are dispersed among the operandsinfix notation
clear liquid in the cell nucleus in which the nucleolus and chromatin and other structures are dispersedkaryolymph
state in which a substance exhibits a characteristic readiness to flow with little or no tendency to disperse and relatively high incompressibilityliquid , liquidity , liquidness , liquid state
strategic weapon system using a guided missile of intercontinental range; missiles are equipped with nuclear warheads and dispersed in hardened silosMinuteman
small discrete mass of solid or liquid matter that remains individually dispersed in gas or liquid emissions (usually considered to be an atmospheric pollutant)particulate , particulate matter
former English law requiring mobs to disperse after a magistrate reads the law to themRiot Act
firearm designed to disperse rioters rather than to inflict serious injury or deathriot gun
small number (of something) dispersed haphazardlyscattering , sprinkling
liquid, solid particles dispersed insuspension
hose (carried on a truck) that fires water under high pressure to disperse crowds (especially crowds of rioters)watercannon , water cannon

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Disperse ...Definitions


1.
a. To drive off or scatter in different directions: The police dispersed the crowd.
b. To strew or distribute widely: The airplane dispersed the leaflets over the city.
2. To cause to vanish or disappear. See Synonyms at scatter.
3. To disseminate (knowledge, for example).
4. To separate (light) into spectral rays.
5. To distribute (particles) evenly throughout a medium.
v.intr.
6. To separate and move in different directions; scatter: The crowd dispersed once the concert ended.
7. To break up and vanish; dissipate: The storm clouds had dispersed by noon.

8. to dissipate or cause to dissipate
9. to leave or cause to leave a gathering, often in a random manner
10. to separate or be separated by dispersion
11. (Electronics & Computer Science / Communications & Information) (tr) to diffuse or spread (news, information, etc.)
12. (Chemistry) to separate (particles) throughout a solid, liquid, or gas, as in the formation of a suspension or colloid



    1. dis·perse
      adjective /disˈpərs/ 

      1. Denoting a phase dispersed in another phase, as in a colloid
        • - emulsions should be examined after storage for droplet size of the disperse phase
      verb /disˈpərs/ 
      dispersed, past participle; dispersed, past tense; disperses, 3rd person singular present; dispersing, present participle

      1. Distribute or spread over a wide area
        • - storms can disperse seeds via high altitudes
        • - camping sites could be dispersed among trees so as to be out of sight
      2. Go or cause to go in different directions or to different destinations
        • - the crowd dispersed
        • - the police used tear gas to disperse the protesters
      3. Cause (gas, smoke, mist, or cloud) to thin out and eventually disappear
        • - winds dispersed the bomb's radioactive cloud high in the atmosphere
      4. Thin out and disappear
        • - the earlier mist had dispersed
      5. Divide (light) into constituents of different wavelengths
        • Distribute (small particles) uniformly in a medium

    Web definitions
    • scatter: distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon"

    • to cause to separate and go in different directions; "She waved her hand and scattered the crowds"

    • break up: cause to separate; "break up kidney stones"; "disperse particles"

    • move away from each other; "The crowds dispersed"; "The children scattered in all directions when the teacher approached";

    • separate (light) into spectral rays; "the prosm disperses light"

    • circulate: cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"

    • Disperse is a Christian Rock band from Southern Indiana. The band was formerly known, with an adjusted roster, as "Stuff."

    • (Dispersal (ecology)) Biological dispersal refers to a species movement away from an existing population or away from the parent organism. ...

    • (Dispersion (chemistry)) A dispersion is a system in which particles are dispersed in a continuous phase of a different composition (or state). See also emulsion. ...

    • (Dispersion (finance, asset management)) Dispersion is a measure for the statistical distribution of portfolio returns. It is the asset-weighted standard deviation of individual portfolio returns within a comparable client group (composite) from the composite return.

    • (Dispersion (materials science)) In materials science, dispersion is the fraction of atoms of a material exposed to the surface. In general: where D is the dispersion, NS is the number of surface atoms and NT is the total number of atoms of the material. ...

    • (Dispersion (physics)) In optics, dispersion is the phenomenon in which the phase velocity of a wave depends on its frequency, or alternatively when the group velocity depends on the frequency. Media having such a property are termed dispersive media. ...

    • To scatter in different directions; To break up and disappear; to dissipate; To disseminate; To separate rays of light etc. according to wavelength; to refract; To distribute throughout

    • (dispersement) Common misspelling of disbursement

    • (Dispersed) Finely divided or colloidal in nature, such as pigment particles completely separated in a binder as compared with several pigments particles stuck to one another.

    • (Dispersed) characterized by farmers living on individual farms isolated from neighbors rather than alongside other farmers in the area.

    • (Dispersement) Separation of a quantity.

    • (Dispersal) The movement of a young bird from the site where it hatched to the site where it will breed. Natal dispersal is the permanent movement of young birds from their birth sites to their own breeding locations. ...

    • (Dispersal) the act of organisms moving from one habitat to another

    • (DISPERSAL) When an animal leaves an area and does not return. See also migration.

    • (Dispersal (or Disperse)) the spread of a species, population, or individual's offspring over time

    • (Dispersal) Fungi are dispersed in a variety of ways. It is usually said that most fungi are dispersed by air currents, although studies of airborne fungi using spore traps usually report a limited number of species. ...

    • (Dispersal) The movement of an organism from the area where it was born and reared (its natal home range) to an area that may provide the necessary habitat conditions for establishing an adult home range. ...

    • (Dispersal) The process in which young wolves leave their packs to form new ones.

    • (Dispersal) Transport of spores to other sites.




    Tuesday, 29 November 2011

    Disperse ...Objects

    Stretch ...Words


    1. Pliable
    2. Elastic
    3. Lengthen
    4. Widen
    5. Distend
    6. Extend
    7. Taut
    8. Tighten
    9. Increase
    10. Imprisonment
    11. Sentence
    12. Time
    13. Draw-out
    14. Reach
    15. Strain (upon)
    16. Unbroken
    17. Movement
    18. Pandiculation
    19. Tense
    20. Elongate
    21. Money
    22. Walk
    23. Time
    24. Length
    25. Area
    26. Snap
    27. Bend

    Stretch ...20 Typefaces

    Stretch ...Objects

    Stretch ...Related Words


    Definition/MeaningWord/Phrase
    tight-fitting garment of stretchy material that covers the body from the shoulders to the thighs (and may have long sleeves or legs reaching down to the ankles); worn by ballet dancers and acrobats for practice or performancebody suit , cat suit , leotard , unitard
    stretch over in space or timebridge , span
    musical stringed instrument with strings stretch over a flat sounding box; it is laid flat and played with a plectrum and with fingerscither , zither , zithern
    portable shelter (usually of canvas stretched over supporting poles and fastened to the ground with ropes and pegs)collapsible shelter , tent
    small rounded boat made of hides stretched over a wicker frame; still used in some parts of Great Britaincoracle
    stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another currentcountercurrent , crosscurrent , rip ,riptide , tide rip
    floating position with the face down and arms stretched forwarddead-man's float , prone float
    game played mainly on board ocean liners; players toss a ring back and forth over a net that is stretched across a small courtdeck tennis
    state of being stretched beyond normal dimensionsdilatation , distension , distention
    stretch or widendilate , distend , expand
    musical percussion instrument; usually consists of a hollow cylinder with a membrane stretched across each enddrum , membranophone , tympan
    membrane that is stretched taut over a drumdrumhead , head
    flexible and stretchyelastic
    bandage containing stretchable material that can apply local pressureelastic bandage
    any flexible device that will return to its original shape when stretchedelastic device
    tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressedelasticity , snap
    stretched outelongated
    long and stretchedelongated , extended , rangy
    flat stretch of pavement, grassesplanade
    stretch of groundesplanade

    Stretch ...Definitions

    1. To lengthen, widen, or distend: stretched the sweater out of shape.
    2. To cause to extend from one place to another or across a given space: stretched the banner between two poles.
    3. To make taut; tighten: stretched the tarpaulin until it ripped.
    4. To reach or put forth; extend: stretched out his hand.
    5.
    a. To extend (oneself or one's limbs, for example) to full length: stretched her calves before running.
    b. To extend (oneself) when lying down: she stretched herself out on the couch.
    c. To put to torture on the rack.
    6. To wrench or strain (a muscle, for example).
    7.
    a. To extend or enlarge beyond the usual or proper limits: stretch the meaning of a word.
    b. To subject to undue strain: to stretch one's patience.
    8.
    a. To expand in order to fulfill a larger function: stretch a budget; stretch a paycheck.
    b. To increase the quantity of by admixture or dilution: stretch a meal by thinning the stew.
    9. To prolong: stretch out an argument.
    10. Informal To fell by a blow: stretched his opponent in the first round.
    v.intr.
    11. To become lengthened, widened, or distended.
    12. To extend or reach over a distance or area or in a given direction: "On both sides of us stretched the wet plain" (Ernest Hemingway).
    13. To lie down at full length: stretched out on the bed.
    14. To extend one's muscles or limbs, as after prolonged sitting or on awakening.
    15. To extend over a given period of time: "This story stretches over a whole generation" (William Golding).
    n.
    16. The act of stretching or the state of being stretched.
    17. The extent or scope to which something can be stretched; elasticity.
    18. A continuous or unbroken length, area, or expanse: an empty stretch of highway.
    19. A straight section of a racecourse or track, especially the section leading to the finish line.
    20.
    a. A continuous period of time.
    b. Slang A term of imprisonment: served a two-year stretch.
    c. Informal The last stage of an event, period, or process.
    21. Baseball A movement in which a pitcher, standing with the glove side facing home plate, raises both hands to the height of the head and then lowers them to the chest or waist for a short pause before pitching the ball. It is used as an alternative to a wind-up, especially when runners are on base.
    adj.
    22. Made of an elastic material that stretches easily: stretch pants.
    23. Of, relating to, or being a vehicle, such as a limousine or passenger jet, having an extended seating area that provides extra space for more passengers, leg room, or amenities.

    Monday, 21 November 2011

    WHAT IS GOOD... Applying crop marks

    I was still a little unsure on how to apply crop marks to my work, so I used the Adobe online information for a little recap...