Noun(1) a prediction made by extrapolating from past observations(2) the projection of an image from a film onto a screen(3) a planned undertaking(4) any structure that branches out from a central support(5) any solid convex shape that juts out from something(6) (psychiatry(7) the acoustic phenomenon that gives sound a penetrating quality(8) the representation of a figure or solid on a plane as it would look from a particular direction(9) the act of projecting out from something(10) the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
(1) The melody often is divided between the hands and sometimes involves projection from an interior location.(2) The principle of projection is well-established in psychology.(3) population projection(4) I believe psychologists would call this projection .(5) Digital projection is the only hope for revival cinema in this country, but revival houses are the last places that can afford new projectors.(6) What others say and do is a projection of their reality and perception, not yours.(7) By using slide projection on location, fragments of the past were introduced into the visual field of the present.(8) we protect the self by a number of defense mechanisms, including repression and projection(9) Psychoanalyst Carl Jung said that flying saucer reports in reality and fiction reflected a psychological projection of nuclear fears.(10) Overhead, a canopy of perforated metal panels extends out toward the first few rows of seats, helping with sound projection .(11) It is this kind of unconscious projection that determines our behavior, especially in personal relationships.(12) It is a radical example of what psychologists would call projection .(13) The Commander hit a switch on his podium and a holographic projection of Earth's moon, Luna, was generated in front of the Commander's podium.(14) As well as giving students tips on voice projection , the courses also teach the importance of positive body language and stage presence.(15) Finally, the plane projection of the map doesn't quite work.(16) projection of the sphere
(1) projection screen :: sgrîn amcanestyniad
1. forecast ::
2. protuberance ::
3. jut ::
5. project ::
1. cavity ::
2. concave ::
3. concavity ::
4. dent ::
5. depression ::
6. dint ::
7. hollow ::
8. indent ::
9. indentation ::
10. indenture ::
11. pit ::
12. recess ::
Different Formsprojection, projectionist, projectionists, projections
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