curtain effect

curtain effect

[kur′tən]
an artifact produced when chemical processing stains are not properly squeezed from an x-ray film during development of a radiograph.
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For those youngsters having their first aqua play experience this feature can act as the ideal introduction to the movement and dynamics of water, as the laminar sprays create a curved water curtain effect.
Hang these together and they make a lovely curtain effect - great for breaking up areas inside the house or out.
The fringed curtain effect only adds to the sense of drama.
Facing you as you come through the door is a wall covered in that burgundy rippled- curtain effect that you used to get on the walls of old cinemas.
Jeffery Kitching, 53, noticed a net curtain effect in his left eye so decided to call Specsavers, on the high street in Redcar, to discuss his problem.
It's different in every part of the country; for example, in the North-East we appreciate a little tight head on our pint with just enough life in it to produce a lace curtain effect down the inside of the glass.
If your windows themselves lack style, there's a lot you can do with curtain effects and blinds.