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- Sepia (Squid Ink)
- Sepia is the ink from a squid. The squid usually lives alone, it is an independent individual. In case of fear or danger they surround themselves with a hiding cloud of dark ink. When we project this image on human beings we find that the homoeopathic Sepia...
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- SEPIA: Privacy-Preserving Aggregation of Multi-Domain Network
- we run SEPIA's protocols on real traffic traces of 17 net- Figure 1: Deployment scenario for SEPIA.
- How to Use Sepia
- Sepia toner is a two-bath toner; to tone, you use two different chemical solutions in Sepia toner sometimes comes as a liquid, and sometimes as a powder.
- Sepia Toning With Paint Shop Pro
- Photographers use sepia toning to create a warmer print tone and to give an. “ aged” look to a photograph.
- Sepia elegans Blainville, 1827
- Frequent Synonyms: Sepia rupellaria Férussac and d'Orbigny, 1835–1848; Sepia biserialis Blainville, 1827; Sepia italica Risso, 1854.
Suggested News Resources
- Glassboard takes social networking private
- Sepia Labs's new iPhone app, Glassboard, is aimed at giving users the ability to share information with just certain people. Glassboard is built, appropriately enough, around the concept of “boards.
- Glassboard: the Anti-Facebook
- Glassboard is a new mobile social network app made by Sepia Labs, and was built with control and privacy in mind.
- personal history in a colonial setting
- Picture: Ray Strange Source: The Australian By Kate Grenville KATE Grenville's new novel, Sarah Thornhill, is not really the romance the jacket suggests, with its sepia-tinted heroine gazing off into Arcadia.
Suggested Web Resources
- S E P I A Chicago Restaurant ~ 312.441.1920
- Built from an 1890 print shop, Chicago's Sepia restaurant features memorabilia from the Windy City's bygone eras.
- Sepia (color) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Sepia is a dark brown-grey color, named after the rich brown pigment derived from the ink sac of the common cuttlefish Sepia.
- sepia - definition of sepia by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
- a. A dark brown ink or pigment originally prepared from the secretion of the cuttlefish. b.
- Southeastern Pennsylvania Intergroup Association
- October 8th - SEPIA's ANNUAL DINNER DANCE will be held on Saturday, 10/8 at the Commodore Barry Hall, Emlen Street in Philadelphia (19119).
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