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di·aph·a·nos·cope

(dī-af'ă-nō-skōp),
An instrument for illuminating the interior of a cavity to determine the translucency of its walls.
Synonym(s): polyscope
[G. diaphanēs, transparent, + skopeō, to examine]

di·aph·a·nos·cope

(dī-af'ă-nō-skōp)
An instrument for illuminating the interior of a cavity to determine the translucency of its walls.
[G. diaphanēs, transparent, + skopeō, to examine]
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24 interview at the K 2016 trade show in Dusseldorf, Germany, Polyscope CEO Patrick Muezers said the new PP/SMA material is a 30% glass-filled injection molding compound designed for applications that require high stiffness and strength, such as instrument panels.
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In 1910, the same year Biograph released Ramona, the New Jersey-based Edison Manufacturing Company released Pardners, which Beach adapted from his 1904 short story, while the Chicago-based Selig Polyscope Company produced In the Frozen North, a melodrama also set in the Klondike goldfields.
Selig, la Selig Polyscope Company, que empleaba verdaderos cowboys y pieles rojas para representar el verdadero oeste norteamericano.
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