panograph

panograph

(păn′ă-grăf″)
An image made during panography.
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By January 1986 a program was established to store backup (duplicate) panographic radiographs at the Central Panograph Storage Facility (CPSF) in Monterey, California.
What caused it was that the cable had got caught in the Panograph, the metal part that links the train to the cables, at the back to the train.
When he presented early that morning Major Kimberly Perkins, our oral surgeon, took a panograph and discovered the incredible truth.
The poster, a Ken Duncan panograph of Geikie Gorge, is part of ACF's campaign to stop the massive dam and irrigated cotton proposal for the Fitzroy, the largest river in the Kimberley and one of Australia's last wild rivers.
Photocopying technology has come so far so fast in the past few years that it is becoming more and more difficult to use panograph technology as a 100% deterrent," he says.
In early 2010, the DAAWG directed that a digital panograph would be on file in the ADDR for all Army Soldiers starting October 1, 2010.
It happened when the cable got caught in the Panograph, the metal part that links the train to the cables, at the back of the train.
The post-treatment panograph show good root parallelism in the extraction site (Figure 10).
Ken Duncan (photographer); WALKING IN THE LIGHT; Panographs Publishing (Nonfiction: Photography) $60.
A triad of radiolucent jaw lesions, loss of lamina dura and demineralized (ground glass) bone can be seen with renal osteodystrophy on panographs.