view box

view box

a light box for display of radiographs or other photographic transparencies.

view box

A device made of lights placed behind a translucent screen and used to provide backlighting for a radiographic image. It helps clinicians see the brightness, contrast, and details of an image. Also known as an illuminator.

view box

(vyū boks)
Backlit framed surface on wall or table used for examination of dental radiographs.
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Nobody would wish to hear such vituperation before a major horserace but, at a time when the sport badly needs to fight its corner for wider public attention, there is no doubt the hyperbole helps attract an audience, whether at ringside or at the pay per view box office.
...and how muchwill it all cost?: How much will a free view box cost me?
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Since then, the company introduced lighting in a see-through "view box" package at Wal-Mart.
Apparently, Jeff, whose name is constantly on the lips of nobody, has been advised by his agent to keep away from Jade's Salon (channel 3670 on your Free view box next to Pub Quiz TV and Men And Tractors) "because it might damage his career".