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Talʹbotype (3 syl.)

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A photographic process invented in 1839 by Fox Talbot, who called it “the Calotype Process.” (See Daguerreotype.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Tailor’s Sword (A), or A Tailor’s Dagger
Take a Back Seat (To)
Take a Hair of the Dog that Bit You
Take in Tow (To)
Take Mourning (To)
Take Tea with Him (I)
Takin the Beuk
Taking On
Taking a Sight
Taking Time by the Forelock
Talbotype
Tale
Tale of a Tub (The)
Talent
Tales
Talgol (in Hudibras)
Talisman
Talk
Talk Shop
Talkee Talkee
Talking Bird

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