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  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Tracing-paper transparent paper used for copying a design, &c., by laying it over the original, and copying the lines shown through it
    • n Tracing-paper a transparent paper which, when laid over a drawing, &c., allows the drawing to be seen through it, so that a copy can be made by tracing the lines of the original on the paper
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In literature:

The first is, that a mountain scene, as we saw in the last paper, bears no traces of decay, since it never possessed any of life.
"The Poetry of Architecture" by John Ruskin
Traced on paper, the course of the tug would be a tight parabola.
"Space Tug" by Murray Leinster
You have only to follow your own line with tracing paper, and apply it to your own copy.
"Lectures on Art" by John Ruskin
Both material and tracing paper may be fixed to a board with drawing pins.
"Embroidery and Tapestry Weaving" by Grace Christie
The paper on which the design is traced must first be backed or lined with unglazed black paper (made specially for this purpose).
"Encyclopedia of Needlework" by Thérèse de Dillmont
He could discover no paper, however, nor any trace of identity.
"Fritz and Eric" by John Conroy Hutcheson
You see it was traced from the paper.
"The Weathercock" by George Manville Fenn
Lay out the form at the bottom, then fold the paper along the center line and trace the other half.
"Mission Furniture" by H. H. Windsor
There is no trace in the State Paper Office of any letter of credence having been given by James II.
"The Letters of Queen Victoria, Vol 2 (of 3), 1844-1853" by Queen Victoria
This paper I have not been able to trace.
"A Bibliography of the writings in Prose and Verse of George Henry Borrow" by Thomas J. Wise
Paul took up a pen as he sat and waited, and idly traced words upon the blotting-paper.
"The Hero of Garside School" by J. Harwood Panting
He lay contentedly, watching the grate fire, and trying to trace out the story of the paper, for at least a half-hour.
"The Rose Garden Husband" by Margaret Widdemer
He turned the lamp once more on the little announcement so rudely traced upon the blue paper.
"The Firebrand" by S. R. Crockett
We shall need tracing-paper, paper rubbed with sanguine on one side, and a pencil.
"A Treatise on Etching" by Maxime Lalanne
And he traced on his paper the words: "Algiers is a white city," without being able to state anything further.
"The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 6" by Guy de Maupassant
The original drawings may be made upon the transfer paper direct, and in so doing mistakes in tracing will be obviated.
"The Essentials of Illustration" by T. G. (Thomas George) Hill
It was a torn portion of wrapping paper, and bore a brief message; a formless scrawl traced with a blunt lead pencil.
"A Maid of the Kentucky Hills" by Edwin Carlile Litsey
He need not be afraid that her fingers will ever again trace his name upon paper, or hurriedly lift his latch.
"Doctor Cupid" by Rhoda Broughton
They had carefully examined the grate, but found no trace of any burnt paper.
"Number 70, Berlin" by William Le Queux
Continue this process, using different weather maps, until the lines on the tracing paper begin to become too confused for fairly easy seeing.
"Practical Exercises in Elementary Meteorology" by Robert DeCourcy Ward

In poetry:

Gladly would I all erase;
But along the lines of blue
You could still the failure trace
In the paper's darkened hue;
Though the words could not be seen,
You could trace where they had been.
"The Copy" by Joseph Horatio Chant

In news:

1 Trace envelope template on wrapping paper.
Lay a colorful store-bought cup top-side down on pretty paper and trace its outline.
After completing the driver side, a trace pattern was made on paper with a small piece of chalk.
Lovejoy, who edited Gavrilets' paper, said he had theorized for decades that monogamy could be traced to males providing food to females.
Download the free pattern and trace onto tracing paper.
Two new scientific papers attempt to trace the story of life from a cloud in deep space to vents in the deep ocean.
Trace the outline of each frame onto Kraft paper and cut it out.
The term "food desert " is a relatively new one in public health policy, tracing to a 1995 paper from a government work group in Scotland.
Trace the bodice and skirt patterns onto new paper.
1 Disassemble party hat, flatten, and trace on patterned paper.
Trace templates onto decorative paper and cut out.
Make a template using scrap paper, trace the template on floral-pattern paper, cut out, and attach using spray adhesive.
Trace the tag onto tracing paper and cut the tag from red card stock.
Cut the traced pattern out of the paper.
Trace your tins onto patterned decorative paper and then cut out the shapes (you will want to cut them to size, depending on how much you need for coverage or design).

In science:

Other works, as well as the current paper, are based on the idea of the trace method, which amounts to bounding λ (Γ) by means of counting closed paths in Γ.
Expansion of Random Graphs: New Proofs, New Results
This is the tree whose Laplacian best approximates the Laplacian of G according to the trace norm criterion —see, e.g., the paper of .
Random Spanning Trees and the Prediction of Weighted Graphs
Analogously, in this paper we show that for the root system ˆAn−1 the affine Jack’s polynomials defined as eigenfunctions of a certain second order differential operator can be represented as renormalized traces of intertwiners between certain representations of the affine Lie algebra ˆg.
On the affine analogue of Jack's and Macdonald's polynomials
Historically, our basic approach can be traced back even to the original papers by Pastur and Figotin.
Hopfield models as generalized random mean field models
We hope that the inequalities established in this paper would also have various applications in the fields that make use of the classical polynomial inequalities (Approximation Theory, trace and embedding theorems, signal processing, PDE etc).
On Local Behavior of Analytic Functions
If I trace my own personal history of interest in the topics covered here, there are two pivotal moments, beyond that first paper of mine.
A Collection of Exercises in Two-Dimensional Physics, Part 1
To repeat that paper’s conclusion, LSB dwarfs trace the same large scale structure as brighter galaxies.
Gas Rich Dwarfs from the PSS-II III. HI Profiles and Dynamical Masses
The use of orthogonal expansion in reconstructing functions from their Radon data can be traced back to the classical paper of Cormack, whose Radon inversion formula is based on the expansions of f and Rf in spherical harmonics ([6, p. 25]).
Fast OPED algorithm for reconstruction of images from Radon data
This can be seen as a complement and a partial rewriting of my paper with a better trace formula.
A semi-classical inverse problem II: reconstruction of the potential
This phenomenon can be traced back to Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen (EPR)’s famous paper of 1935.
Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics: a critical survey
The third and fourth lines in the equation above represent expression trace `PT R´ represents the global sum of affinity, the constraints on the number of assignments for individual papers and to individual reviewers, respectively.
Recommender Systems for the Conference Paper Assignment Problem
Moreover, for every p > 1, p 6= 2, there exist a separable reflexive E, an operator R ∈ Πp′ (E, E ) and a tensor element t ∈ E ∗ b⊗pE, so that trace t ◦ R = 1 and trace t ◦ A = 0 for each finite rank operator A ∈ E ∗ ⊗ E (for details, we refer the reader to the papers,, ).
Approximation of operators in Banach spaces
The primary goal we set for this paper was to collect and clarify the categorically-flavored constructions that we needed, details of which we managed to trace only in part in the functional analysis, probability and groupoid literature.
Borel and Continuous Systems of Measures
In the present paper one of our main goals is to prove that the testing equivalence coincides with the ready-trace equivalence for the model of reactive probabilistic processes.4 It turns out that, in order to achieve this goal, we can simplify the notation for the label of a synchronized action.
Testing Reactive Probabilistic Processes
The latter idea reached its full expression in Traces, which we introduce in this paper.
Practical graph isomorphism, II