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 n.— «Klett had applied a technique called rephotography—replicating archival photos as closely as possible by shooting from the same spot, at the same time of year, and under similar conditions.» —“Unlocking Yosemite’s mysteries” by Barry Bergman in University of California Berkeley Berkeleyan Oct. 5, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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