|technique to replicate DNA sequence||polymerase chain reaction|
|(Art) watercolor painting; print created by applying watercolor paints through stencils, painted picture, watercolor painting technique||aquarelle|
|(Chemistry) by microelectrophoresis (technique for observing the movement of microscopic particles in a fluid under the influence of a magnetic field)||microelectrophoretically|
|(Chemistry) of microelectrophoresis (technique for observing the movement of microscopic particles in a fluid under the influence of an electrical field)||microelectrophoretic|
|(Chemistry) pertaining to microelectrophoresis (technique for observing the motion of microscopic particles using an electric field)||microelectrophoretical|
|(Computers) modular programming technique in which each object is an individual "entity"||OOP (Object Oriented Programming)|
|(Medicine) surgical removal of the lens of the eye by liquefying it and removing it by suction (method for treating cataracts), cataract removal technique||phacoemulsification|
|(Painting) thick layer of paint applied to a surface; application of a thick layer of paint to a surface, paint thickly applied, technique of painting thickly||impasto|
|19th century artistic movement characterized by the practice of painting with colorful points or dots placed in close proximity to one another, divisionism, musical composition technique, style of 19C painting||pointillism|
|90-degree separation of celestial bodies, making something square, mathematical technique for equating areas||quadrature|
|a gouache painting, opaque watercolor paint, paint used in gouache, painting technique||gouache|
|a thousandth part, the thousandth member of a series, being number one thousand in a sequence, one of 1, 000 parts of something||thousandth|
|a trademark for a technique of adding a soundtrack to a motion picture||Movietone|
|accompanied only by continuo instruments, in staccato manner, picture painted on wall, recitative style, wall painting technique||secco|
|act of hitting ball, attempt, attempt to score, blasting explosion, bullet or cannonball, camera view, chance at winning, continuous uninterrupted film sequence, filled with particular quality, firing of a bullet or other projectile from a weapon; rang...||shot|
|act of putting in order, arrangement in a sequence; (Genetics) determination of the order of monomers in a polymer chain (especially nucleotides within DNA)||sequencing|
|act of recording something again, film something again, photograph or film sequence that is reshot, recapture something, take back, take again; film again, rephotograph, take shot again||retake|
|action chosen, class taught at educational institution, direction traveled, direction; part of a meal; series; layer; series of lessons or classes on a particular subject; unit of studies (especially on a university level), established sequence of trea...||course|
|adenosine diphosphate, automatic data processing, Automatic Data Processing; technique for computer processing that requires little human participation, chemical compound in living organisms||ADP|
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