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Electro-stereotype
Electro-stereotype E*lec`tro-ste"re*o*type, n. Same as Electrotype.
Panstereorama
Panstereorama Pan*ste`re*o*ra"ma, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ?, ?, all + ? solid + ? a view.] A model of a town or country, in relief, executed in wood, cork, pasteboard, or the like. --Brande & C.
Star stereogram
Star stereogram Star stereogram A view of the universe of brighter stars as it would appear to an observer transported into space outside or beyond our universe of stars.
Stereo-
Stereo- Ste"re*o- [Gr. stereo`s solid. See Stare to gaze.] A combining form meaning solid, hard, firm, as in stereo-chemistry, stereography.
Stereo-chemic
Stereo-chemic Ste`re*o-chem"ic, Stereo-chemical Ste`re*o-chem"ic*al, a. (Chem.) Pertaining to, or illustrating, the hypothetical space relations of atoms in the molecule; as, a stereo-chemic formula.
Stereo-chemical
Stereo-chemic Ste`re*o-chem"ic, Stereo-chemical Ste`re*o-chem"ic*al, a. (Chem.) Pertaining to, or illustrating, the hypothetical space relations of atoms in the molecule; as, a stereo-chemic formula.
Stereo-chemistry
Stereo-chemistry Ste`re*o-chem"is*try, n. [Stereo- + chemistry.] (Chem.) Chemistry considered with reference to the space relations of atoms.
Stereochrome
Stereochrome Ste"re*o*chrome, n. Stereochromic picture.
Stereochromic
Stereochromic Ste`re*o*chro"mic, a. Pertaining to the art of stereochromy; produced by stereochromy. -- Ste`re*o*chro"mic*al*ly, adv.
Stereochromically
Stereochromic Ste`re*o*chro"mic, a. Pertaining to the art of stereochromy; produced by stereochromy. -- Ste`re*o*chro"mic*al*ly, adv.
Stereochromy
Stereochromy Ste`re*och"ro*my, n. [Stereo- + Gr. chrw^ma color.] A style of painting on plastered walls or stone, in which the colors are rendered permanent by sprinklings of water, in which is mixed a proportion of soluble glass (a silicate of soda).
Stereoelectric
Stereoelectric Ste`re*o*e*lec"tric, a. [Stereo- + electric.] (Physics) Of or pertaining to the generation of electricity by means of solid bodies alone; as, a stereoelectric current is one obtained by means of solids, without any liquid.
Stereogram
Stereogram Ste"re*o*gram, n. [Stereo- + -gram.] A diagram or picture which represents objects in such a way as to give the impression of relief or solidity; also, a stereograph.
Stereograph
Stereograph Ste"re*o*graph, n. [Stereo- + -graph.] Any picture, or pair of pictures, prepared for exhibition in the stereoscope. Stereographs are now commonly made by means of photography.
Stereographically
Stereographically Ste`re*o*graph"ic*al*ly, adv. In a stereographical manner; by delineation on a plane.
Stereolepis gigas
Jewfish Jew"fish`, n. (Zo["o]l.) 1. A very large serranoid fish (Promicrops itaiara) of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. It often reaches the weight of five hundred pounds. Its color is olivaceous or yellowish, with numerous brown spots. Called also guasa, and warsaw. 2. A similar gigantic fish (Stereolepis gigas) of Southern California, valued as a food fish. 3. The black grouper of Florida and Texas. 4. A large herringlike fish; the tarpum.
Stereometer
Stereometer Ste`re*om"e*ter, n. [Stereo- + meter.] (Physics) 1. An instrument for measuring the solid contents of a body, or the capacity of a vessel; a volumenometer. 2. An instrument for determining the specific gravity of liquid bodies, porous bodies, and powders, as well as solids.
Stereomonoscope
Stereomonoscope Ste`re*o*mon"o*scope, n. [Stereo- + mono- + -scope.] An instrument with two lenses, by which an image of a single picture projected upon a screen of ground glass is made to present an appearance of relief, and may be viewed by several persons at once.
Stereoplasm
Stereoplasm Ste"re*o*plasm, n. [Stereo- + Gr. ? anything formed or molded.] (Biol.) The solid or insoluble portion of the cell protoplasm. See Hygroplasm.
Stereopticon
Stereopticon Ste`re*op"ti*con, n. [NL. See Stereo-, and Optic.] An instrument, consisting essentially of a magic lantern in which photographic pictures are used, by which the image of a landscape, or any object, may be thrown upon a screen in such a manner as to seem to stand out in relief, so as to form a striking and accurate representation of the object itself; also, a pair of magic lanterns for producing the effect of dissolving views.
Stereoscope
Stereoscope Ste"re*o*scope, n. [Stereo- + -scope.] An optical instrument for giving to pictures the appearance of solid forms, as seen in nature. It combines in one, through a bending of the rays of light, two pictures, taken for the purpose from points of view a little way apart. It is furnished with two eyeglasses, and by refraction or reflection the pictures are superimposed, so as to appear as one to the observer. Note: In the reflecting stereoscope, the rays from the two pictures are turned into the proper direction for stereoscopic vision by two plane mirrors set at an angle with each other, and between the pictures. In the lenticular stereoscope, the form in general use, the eyeglasses are semilenses, or marginal portions of the same convex lenses, set with their edges toward each other, so that they deflect the rays coming from the picture so as to strike the eyes as if coming direct from an intermediate point, where the two pictures are seen apparently as one.
Stereoscopic
Stereoscopic Ste`re*o*scop"ic, Stereoscopical Ste`re*o*scop"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to the stereoscope; characteristic of, or adapted to, the stereoscope; as, a stereoscopic effect; the stereoscopic function of the eyeglasses; stereoscopic views. -- Ste`re*o*scop"ic*al*ly, adv.
Stereoscopical
Stereoscopic Ste`re*o*scop"ic, Stereoscopical Ste`re*o*scop"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to the stereoscope; characteristic of, or adapted to, the stereoscope; as, a stereoscopic effect; the stereoscopic function of the eyeglasses; stereoscopic views. -- Ste`re*o*scop"ic*al*ly, adv.
Stereoscopically
Stereoscopic Ste`re*o*scop"ic, Stereoscopical Ste`re*o*scop"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to the stereoscope; characteristic of, or adapted to, the stereoscope; as, a stereoscopic effect; the stereoscopic function of the eyeglasses; stereoscopic views. -- Ste`re*o*scop"ic*al*ly, adv.
Stereoscopist
Stereoscopist Ste`re*os"co*pist, n. One skilled in the use or construction of stereoscopes.
Stereoscopy
Stereoscopy Ste`re*os"co*py, n. The art or science of using the stereoscope, or of constructing the instrument or the views used with it.
Stereostatic
Stereostatic Ste`re*o*stat"ic, a. [Stereo- + static.] (Civil. Engin.) Geostatic.
Stereotomic
Stereotomic Ste`re*o*tom"ic, Stereotomical Ste`re*o*tom"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to stereotomy; performed by stereotomy.
Stereotomical
Stereotomic Ste`re*o*tom"ic, Stereotomical Ste`re*o*tom"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to stereotomy; performed by stereotomy.
Stereotyped
Stereotyped Ste"re*o*typed, a. 1. Formed into, or printed from, stereotype plates. 2. Fig.: Formed in a fixed, unchangeable manner; as, stereotyped opinions. Our civilization, with its stereotyped ways and smooth conventionalities. --J. C. Shairp.

Meaning of Stereo from wikipedia

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- The Stereo was a pop-rock and roll band started in early 1999 by former ska-punk band frontmen Jamie Woolford (of Animal Chin) and Rory Phillips (of The...
- "Moving in Stereo" is a song by the American rock band the Cars. It appeared on their first album, The Cars, released in 1978. It was co-written by Ric...
- In Stereo may refer to: In Stereo (Bomfunk MC's album), 1999 In Stereo (Bananarama album) In Stereo (band), Australian boy band In Stereo (Clouseau album)...
- Cronenberg Stereo (2014 film), a German film 3D film, using stereo imaging Music centre Car stereo Boombox The Stereo, an American pop rock band Stereos (band)...
- South Korea, 75 µs is used. This applies to both mono and stereo transmissions. For stereo, pre-emphasis is applied to the left and right channels before...
- termed e.g. stereo plug, headphone jack, microphone jack, aux input, etc. The 3.5 mm versions are commonly called mini-phone, mini-stereo, mini jack,...
- "Stereo Love" is a 2009 song recorded by Romanian DJ Edward Maya with Moldavan-Romanian musician Vika Jigulina, released as their debut single in late...
- The Apples in Stereo, styled as The Apples in stereo, are an American rock band ****ociated with Elephant Six Collective, a group of bands also including...
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