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  NPR : David Dye
Dye launched his distinguished broadcasting career as host of a progressive music show on WMMR 93.3FM, a pioneering progressive rock station in Philadelphia.
Based on the findings, Dye went to work to create a unique program of musical discovery where listeners would be introduced to an eclectic blend of contemporary sounds from legendary and up-and-coming artists.
Dye is a resident of Philadelphia, Penn., where he lives with his wife, a newspaper columnist, and their two children.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=4717757   (434 words)

  Dye Summary
Dyes from plants included blue dye from the indigo plant; blue dye from woad; red and brown dyes from the madder plant; yellow, orange, brown, and fl dyes from various trees; orange or red dye from henna; and yellow from safflower and weld.
Dyes were dissolved and applied to the cloth and the color change would take place either because the dye molecules became bonded to the fiber molecules or because the dye was unable to pass out of the fibers' fine capillaries once it is inside of them.
The dye is usually used as an aqueous solution, and may require a mordant to improve the fastness of the dye on the fiber.
www.bookrags.com /Dye   (1806 words)

  Dye Lasers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dye lasers are radically different from other types of lasers in that dye lasers use liquid organic dyes.
Since the dyes used in tunable dye lasers are fluorescent, another light source is almost always used to "pump" the dye and cause the population inversion.
The dye cell is usually inside a cavity consisting of a partially reflective mirror on the front and a diffraction grating at the rear.
www.lasalle.edu /academ/chem/laser_web/dye_laser.htm   (543 words)

 Dye Sublimation
Dye sublimation prints are unusually bright, brilliant, and vibrant, and are well suited for exhibition or fine art prints.
The dyes from one heating element diffuse through the gap to the paper blending with neighboring dots to eliminate the distinctly visible dots that plague other printing technologies.
The dye used are capable of a color gamut that exceeds that of photography.
www.olle.com /Demo/zes.html   (1122 words)

 Indigo dye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Among the Hausa male dyers working at communal dye pits were the basis of the wealth of the ancient city of Kano, and can still be seen plying their trade today at the same pits.
Indigo is a challenging dye to use because it is not soluble in water; to be dissolved, it must undergo a chemical change.
A preindustrial process for dyeing with indigo, used in Europe, was to dissolve the indigo in stale urine.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Indigo_dye   (1492 words)

 dye. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Natural dyes are so called because they are obtained from plants (e.g., alizarin, catechu, indigo, and logwood), from animals (e.g., cochineal, kermes, and Tyrian purple), and from certain naturally occurring minerals (e.g., ocher and Prussian blue).
Dyes are classified also as acidic or basic according to the medium required in the dyeing process.
A vat dye, e.g., indigo, is so called from the method of its application; it is first treated chemically so that it becomes soluble and is then used for coloring materials bathed in a vat.
www.bartleby.com /65/dy/dye.html   (424 words)

According to Webster’s dictionary, dyeing is “the process of coloring fibers, yarns or fabrics by using a liquid containing coloring matter for imparting a particular hue to a substance.” There are three basic methods of “imparting a particular hue” to a substance.
The great detail in which the preparation of the fibers and the dyeing materials and the dyeing process itself are recorded has led scholars to believe that it had to have been practiced for thousands of years previously in order to raise the process to such a science and art.
It’s use was first recorded in 1727 BCE and it was long the standard red dye for silk, wool and leather, but the intense colorific value and relative cheapness of cochineal soon eliminated most of the kermes use in England, so Spain hung on to control of their lucrative monopoly.
kws.atlantia.sca.org /dyeing.html   (2821 words)

Dyeing is a process of coloring materials, or cloth fibers, whereby the color becomes part of the fiber.
The dye is found in the stigmas of the flower, and an enormous amount of these stigmas must be collected to produce an ounce [estimated at 4000per ounce].
This dye was a trade commodity throughout the Roman Empire, and remained an important dye until the modern synthetics.
www.ancientroute.com /resource/cloth/dye.htm   (6055 words)

 Dye named to College Football Hall of Fame | ajc.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dye, a native of Blythe, was an All-America football player at Georgia (1958-60) under Wally Butts.
Dye becomes the fourth former Auburn coach to be inducted into the Hall, joining Mike Donahue, John Heisman and Ralph "Shug" Jordan.
Dye, who turns 66 in November, was an assistant at Alabama for nine years.
www.ajc.com /news/content/sports/uga/0505/19cfbhall.html   (592 words)

 18th Dye
What was described by some foreign writer as "breathtaking pop tussles with a breathtaking guitar assault" struck us as ridiculously original, catchy, and strangest of all, very much in the spirit of the other fine music we exploit on a daily basis.
Where a lot of groups use noise as an effect to put over the song, 18th Dye use noise as a structure from which sound is built, from which the music is composed.
At almost seven minutes, this is the longest track 18th Dye have ever committed to plastic.
www.matadorrecords.com /bios/bio_18th.html   (911 words)

 Dye Laser   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The dye laser is based on the ability of certain organic dyes to absorb the energy of a source and then re-radiate the energy as laser radiation.
When they examined the spectra from their dye cell, they found that instead of the Raman spectra, there was a weak, diffuse band at the peak of the fluorescence bands (755.5 nm).
Incidentally, even the idea that a dye molecule exists in one of four bands is a simplification, since the energy levels of the dye molecules are really broad bands composed of vibrational and rotational levels.
members.aol.com /kpublish/Laser/Dye_Laser.html   (3269 words)

 Dye Bed
For a dye to remain colorfast, a chemical and physical affinity must exist between the fiber and the dyestuff.
Dye Use: The flowers are useful in coloring wine and provide the coloring matter for the indicator in volumetric analysis.
Dye Use: The alkanet root produces a blood-red dye suitable for staining cloth, wood, and stone, or for coloring liquids and ointments.
norcrossws.org /norcross/Herb/dyebed.htm   (1388 words)

 Vial of Dye - GuildWiki
Dye behaves differently depending on the type of armor it is applied to.
Dye is a somewhat valuable commodity, and as such is sometimes a target for farming.
Dye Preview panel will open that allows you to see what your dye will look like on that armor, along with other items such as weapons, shields, bags, or even the end result of dye mixes.
gw.gamewikis.org /wiki/Dye   (1132 words)

 LEOT Laser Tutorial - Course 3: Laser Technology - Module 10: Liquid Dye Lasers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Triplet absorption in a flashlamp-excited dye systems is believed to be a major factor in the experimentally observed lack of synchronization between the pump pulse and the laser pulse.
Finally, if water is interposed between the flash lamp and dye cell, the remaining lack of synchronization between pump and laser pulses virtually disappears, presumably because of absorption of the IR components of the flashlamp output by the water.
Thus, a beam-expanding telescope is sometimes used between the dye cell and the grating to illuminate most of the surface of the grating to prevent the formation of "hot spots" mentioned earlier.
repairfaq.ece.drexel.edu /sam/CORD/leot/course03_mod10/mod03-10.html   (5419 words)

 Ezekiel Dye
Dye's Road #1 beginning at the center stake of section 27, township 11, range 11, from Stan Fortices's on Meigs Creek by Ezekiel Dye's and George Dye's to the Guernsey County Line, Joseph Devereau and John Sears were appointed Viewers and Benjamin Thorla [related to Silas Thorla?], Surveyor.
Samuel Dye spent most of his early life clearing the forest and helping to support his brothers and sisters, as his father was of a delicate constitution and unable to withstand the most ardurous duties of pioneer life.
Samuel Dye was esteemed for his honesty, and was held to be one of the kindest and most affectionate of men.
www.uh.edu /~jbutler/gean/ezekieldye.html   (3616 words)

 Dye Chemistry
In spite of the fact that synthetic dyes have replaced many natural dyes for commercial use, natural dyes still hold a fascination and are used extensively by artisans around the world.
The most common type of natural dyes are acid or anionic dyes used on eggshells and wool.
Synthetic dyes from coal tar (aniline) produce a wide array of colors and are more colorfast.
www.gsu.edu /~mstnrhx/edsc84/dye.htm   (344 words)

 Dye Designs :: World Renowned Golf Course Designer :: Denver, Colorado ::
Dye Designs believes that Dye courses can produce better golfers, while providing local employment and valued recreation for all those who play them.
To explore the work of the Dye family, go to COURSES and click on the web sites of the courses we’ve designed.
If you’ve been lucky enough to play a Dye course, we’d love to hear your comments about the design, the condition of the course or your experience playing it.
www.dyedesigns.com   (158 words)

 Hair Dye Dilemmas (April 1993)
Some researchers say that extrapolating results from ingested hair dye studies to absorbed hair dye use cannot accurately assess cancer risk because the compounds being tested are altered or are absorbed differently in the gut than they are when applied to the scalp.
Moreover, tests of individual hair dye ingredients don't measure the health hazards of the highly reactive compounds that are formed when the various ingredients in a specific hair dye are mixed together and applied to hair.
Gradual dyes are usually applied daily until a dark enough shade is achieved, after which it may be used less often to maintain the color.
www.fda.gov /bbs/topics/CONSUMER/CON00205.html   (2045 words)

 Orchil Dye
Dyeing cloth and yarn with extracts of plant material is already a very well established process at the beginning of written history.
According to Liles (1990), in about 1908 a German dye chemist, a Dr. Friedlander, was able to gather enough of the pure dye to analyze, and determined that it is actually 6,6'-dibromo-indigo, which produces a deep reddish color.
At the time I was experimenting with these dyes, I knew very little of their history, except that they were obscure and little known (a good recommendation to the curious).
www.ravensgard.org /gerekr/Orchil.html   (2155 words)

 Dale Dye   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Jacquard Green Label Silk Colors - Rich, Transparent, Liquid Dyes for Silk Painting
Resists are used to draw outlines on the silk that resist the flow of dye.
Because they are true dyes Jacquard Silk Colors do not stiffen the fabric at all and the natural luster of the silk shines through.
Instead of resist lines this method uses an antifusant that is spread on the fabric to inhibit the flow of the dye.
www.jacquardproducts.com /products/dyes/silkcolors   (1948 words)

 Tie-Dye Instructions Tie Dye
Put dye powder in paper or foam cup, add warm to hot water, carefully mix with wooden stirrers.
After dyeing, the fabric should stay damp for a day or so to allow the bonding of the dye to the cotton fibers.
In batik, wax is melted on part of the fabric to keep dye out in places; later, the wax is removed by scraping and boiling in water; sometimes wax is applied again in another pattern.
www.stanford.edu /~sipma/tiedyeinstructions.html   (1878 words)

 Sam's Laser FAQ - Home-Built Dye Laser   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dye lasers are unique in that they are a class of lasers whose lasing medium is a liquid.
For example, Rhodamine-B, a common dye used in dye lasers for the red region, is often pumped with an argon ion laser at 514 nm for CW operation or a doubled YAG laser at 532 nm when pulsed.
If the dye is allowed to absorb this radiation, a VERY strong shock wave appears at the edge of the dye cell wall and travels in toward the center of the dye solution.
repairfaq.ece.drexel.edu /sam/lasercdy.htm   (11244 words)

 Dye Tracing Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dye tracing has expanded rapidly over the past 5 years and is being used for a variety of applications including Cave Tracing, Contaminated Groundwater Tracing, Wellhead/Springhead Protection Programs, Source Area Delineation, Locating Sewer Leaks, Mapping Pipelines, etc. The list could go on and on.
Needless to say, tracing with fluorescent dye has become a widespread practice.
Information will be continually added to the site to keep it abreast with new developments in the field of dye tracing.
www.dyetracing.com /dyetracing/dyetrace.html   (151 words)

 FAQ: Is there any way to "set" dye in purchased clothing?
Vinegar will help set some acid dyes, but only if applied while it is gradually heated to a simmer (generally in the presence of salt), solely in cases in which this necessary part of acid dyeing was omitted; acid dyes are used on silk, wool, or nylon, but never cotton.
Salt can be useful in dyeing, by encouraging the fiber not to repel the dye, or by making the dye less soluble, but it will not itself fix the dye to the fiber.
Dye is always most easily washed out with hot water, though the first washing after dyeing should always be done in cool water, and loosely attached dyes such as direct dye (found, for example, in Rit brand dye and other all-purpose dyes) must never be washed in hot water.
www.pburch.net /dyeing/FAQ/settingdye.shtml   (1394 words)

 Welcome To The Dye Course at Barefoot Resort - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Golf Courses.
The Dye Course is the only semi-private facility at Barefoot Resort and will have its own clubhouse featuring fantastic views of holes 9, 10 and 18.
Pete Dye upholds his reputation of building memorable and challenging golf courses by creating a stunning design filled with his infamous pitfalls to capture errant shots.
However, if played from the appropriate set of tees, players of all abilities will be able to navigate the Dye Course.The course is a Par 72, 7,343-yard layout that encourages walking for guests and members with gated, exclusive real estate only on the exterior perimeter of the property.
www.barefootgolf.com /dye_home.html   (385 words)

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