Fade Out-Fade In
fading n. (in behaviour modification)
Harmony, Crisis, and the Fading of the Lewis Model in China
They just fade away: mortality in the US venture capital industry
‘Like this Insubstantial Pageant, Faded’: Eschatology and Theatricality in The Tempest
Commentary: The fading of the dream: widening inequalities in life expectancy in America
“Not Fade Away”: The Narrative of Venture Smith, an African American in the Early Republic
Detection of Short Fading Episodes in Two Dwarf Novae from VSNET Observations
Fading features found in the kinematics of the far-reaching Milky Way stellar halo
Fading of light maximum and linear polarization variation in the carbon Mira R Leporis
Persistent train-of-four fade in myasthenia gravis patients after sevoflurane anaesthesia
Ageing and Fading of Alpha Particle Tracks in CR-39 Exposed to Air
Block of postjunctional muscle-type acetylcholine receptors in vivo causes train-of-four fade in mice
Fade of train-of-four ratio despite administration of more than 12 mg kg−1 sugammadex in a myasthenia gravis patient receiving rocuronium
Pre- and post-irradiation fading effect for LiF:Mg,Ti and LiF:Mg,Cu,P materials used in routine monitoring
Not Fade Away: Adapting History and Trauma in László Krasznahorkai's The Melancholy of Resistance and Béla Tarr's Werckmeister Harmonies
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1. In video post-production, a slow transition from black to the full, delineated image.
2. In sound recording, a slow transition from silence to sound.
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