“I hope to sell other works” she said, and returned to leafing through her books of transparencies.
Some of the transparencies were, as might have been expected, of a singular character.
One of their dozen transparencies was inscribed with "A dead Confederacy."
She said she was sorry she was so incompetent, and pointed to the transparencies at the windows.
I notice that when there are dinners for transparencies people ask me to ask them.
The rooms were decorated with transparencies and brilliantly illuminated for a grand ball and supper.
But children do make them at election times for transparencies.
If you do not know what coloured lamps or transparencies are, I will tell you when I come home, or you can ask mother.
Love is aspiration: transparencies, colour, light, a sense of the unreal.
At the two extremities of the transparencies were represented the Seine and the Danube, surrounded by children-image of fecundity.
1610s, "condition of being transparent," from Medieval Latin transparentia, from transparentem (see transparent). Meaning "that which is transparent" is from 1590s; of pictures, prints, etc., from 1785; in photography from 1866.