from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A document written wholly in the handwriting of the person whose signature it bears.
- n. See hologram.
- adj. Variant of holographic.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A hologram.
- n. A handwritten document, especially a letter, deed, or will, that is solely the work of the person whose signature it bears; a manuscript.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A document, as a letter, deed, or will, wholly in the handwriting of the person from whom it proceeds and whose act it purports to be.
- transitive v. To produce a holographic image of, by holography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wholly written by the person in whose name it appears, as a manuscript document or letter.
- n. Any writing, as a letter, deed, testament, etc., wholly written by the person from whom it purports to proceed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. handwritten book or document
- n. the intermediate photograph (or photographic record) that contains information for reproducing a three-dimensional image by holography
In "Enhancing Government," Erwin Chemerinsky provides a kind of holograph of what federalism -- as the federal-state relation is confusingly called -- would resemble if the U.S. were to enter a period of liberal ascendancy.
The latter book-urn shares its shelf with a photo of Gill along with the seven editions of his Almanarcana and a massive two volume bibliography of Gillâs writing output (an unpublished holograph manuscript compiled by Gill and various Vanguard researchers).
Gabrielle would never yen holograph-ically -- enter a place like this.
Captain Benteen's famous holograph letter about Little Bighorn does, in fact, contain an incidental reference to cricket, but Flashman's is the only evidence that he was an enthusiast. [p. 275] 65.
You don't need laser light to make a holograph, but it does get you clearer pictures.
And unlike an actual holograph, there was no need to turn the "plant" on or off.
Instead, when he passed the shelf of personal belongings at the entrance to his computer area, he picked up the crystal holograph base, set it on his desk, and conjured up Tasha Yar.
He paused, glancing toward the crystal holograph base still on Data's desk, then turned back.
I do think, and I believe you share this world, that the cultural creatives are sometimes the people who dip between disciplines and then come up with where the holograph that we're all participating in sort of connects its separate parts.
Using shadowy lights and reflective glass, Clark Kent's wallflower of a suit is shown morphing, holograph-like, into the commanding, Herculean costume of Superman.