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anaglyph

an·a·glyph / ˈanəˌglif/ • n. 1. Photog. a stereoscopic photograph with the two images superimposed and printed in different colors, producing a stereo effect when the photograph is viewed through correspondingly colored filters. 2. an object, such as a cameo, embossed or carved in low relief. DERIVATIVES: an·a·glyph·ic / ˌanəˈglifik/ adj.

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