A series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end
Walk or march in procession
investigation is a long process
A process believed to occur in stars by which heavy proton-rich nuclei are formed from other nuclei, especially in circumstances of high proton flux or in the presence of high-energy photons (e.g. in supernovae).
A nucleosynthetic process believed to occur in stars in circumstances of high neutron flux (e.g. in supernova explosions), in which atomic nuclei heavier than iron are formed from lighter ones by a succession of rapid neutron captures and slower beta decays.
Fair treatment through the normal judicial system, especially as a citizen’s entitlement
Art. Also with capital initials. A style of art, especially sculpture, which emphasizes or focuses on the process through which a work is created rather than its form; art of this type.
A gas used in or produced by an industrial process.
A photographic process which uses ‘blue paper’ or a similarly treated cloth, especially for copying documents.
A projection from the body of a neuron or other cell.
An industrial process for producing ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen, using an iron catalyst at high temperature and pressure
The process employed in a lawsuit and authorized by the court to ensure the initial appearance of a defendant.
A process involving milling.
A process for separating silver from the ore by amalgamating it with mercury on an open floor.
A series of initiatives, talks, etc., designed to bring about a negotiated settlement between warring or disputing parties.
Of a computer program or device: to operate on (the output of another program or device), especially so as to convert it into a visual form or a form readable by a device such as a printer.
A black printing ink suitable for use in process printing.
A chart or diagram setting out the different stages in a process, especially an industrial or commercial one.
Heat supplied or required for an industrial process.
A highly corrected photographic lens capable of producing high-quality images suitable for use in process printing.
A diagram or chart outlining the various steps involved in a particular process or set of processes.
= process chart.
A shot made using process projection.
Steam supplied or required for an industrial process.
Water supplied or required for an industrial process.
To develop (film) in a way that effectively increases its speed, in order to compensate for underexposure, or to increase contrast in the resulting image.
A process whereby signs are used, discerned, and interpreted.
A method of making photographic prints that uses a pigment, especially carbon, contained in a sensitized tissue of gelatin
A manufacturing process using a closed or sealed chamber; especially the lead chamber process for the manufacture of sulphuric acid.
The major industrial process used to make sulfuric acid, by oxidizing sulfur dioxide in the presence of a solid catalyst and absorbing the resulting sulfur trioxide in water
Printing the electrotyping process.
Either of the genial tubercles.
Any of various industrial or technical processes originating (or thought to originate) in Germany; (Metallurgy) the process of reducing copper ore in a blast furnace after it has been roasted.
Any stochastic process for which the probabilities, at any one time, of the different future states depend only on the existing state and not on how that state was arrived at.
A conical prominence of the temporal bone behind the ear, to which neck muscles are attached, and which has air spaces linked to the middle ear
An electrolytic process for refining silver and separating any gold that may be in it, in which anodes are made of the silver to be refined and placed in a solution of silver nitrate together with cathodes of pure silver or stainless steel.
A process for extracting silver and gold from molten lead by adding zinc, which forms an alloy with the precious metals that collects on the surface.
A mechanism postulated by Penrose whereby energy can under certain circumstances escape from a black hole.
An unconscious thought process that arises from the pleasure principle and is irrational and not subject to compulsion, such as condensation, which occurs in dreaming, or displacement, which occurs in the formation of a phobia
Butter made by melting together other, low-quality or rancid butters, and purifying, colouring, and salting the mixture.
A camera designed for taking photographs for use in photomechanical printing.
= processed cheese.
The (especially automatic) regulation and control of the physical aspects of an industrial process.
The application of heat to an industrial process.
A person, especially a sheriff or deputy, who serves writs, warrants, subpoenas, etc.
The serving of a process or summons; the occupation or practice of a process-server.
A person who works in process printing, or in an industrial process.
A process that is random or haphazard; (Statistics) a sequence of random variables; a process characterized by such a sequence.