flash back

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occurrence of a vivid memory; representation during the course of a movie or novel of an event that occurred at an earlier time
- During bombarding the plasma arc stream goes into the manifold instead of between the electrodes (usually caused by poor processing technique)
If your mind flashes back to something in the past, you remember it or think of it briefly or suddenly. His mind kept flashing back to the previous night see also flashback
Occurs when a trail of flammable material is ignited by a distant spark or ignition source The flame then travels along the trail of the material back to its source
return in time; "the film cut back to an earlier event in the story"
Flash back occurs when a trail of flammable gas, vapor or aerosol is ignited by a distant spark, flame or other source of ignition The flame then travels back along the trail of gas, vapor or aerosol to its source A serious fire or explosion could result
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a dramatic device in which an earlier event is inserted into the normal chronological flow of a narrative
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A television convention Often conveyed through editing and special effects, for example, side wipes or whirling wheels of fortune In theatre, may be conveyed by the actor turning their back or a change of space on the stage and lighting effect For the actor, timing an action is very important A lighting or sound cue will often rely on the actorís sense of timing for its success The Being Eve series often uses a convention of flashbacks These involve special effects such as the use of heightened colour in the costumes or a whirling object in space created in post-production during editing Back to top
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a technique used to recall an earlier event at a later state in the story, for example in Mrs Turner Cutting the Grass; used by authors to create a more interesting structure in a story than a straighforward chronological approach
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The spontaneous reignition of fuel when the blanket of extinguishing agent breaks down or is compromised through physical disturbance
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this occurs when a trail of flammable material is ignited by a distant source of ignition The flame then travels back along the trail of gas, vapor or aerosol to its source
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The burning of gases within the torch or beyond the torch in the hose, usually with a shrill, hissing sound
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An alteration of story order in which the plot moves back to show events that have taken place earlier than ones already shown
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In a film, novel, or play, a flashback is a scene that returns to events in the past. There is even a flashback to the murder itself
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a similar recurrence of the effects of a hallucinogenic drug
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a plot-structuring device whereby a scene from the fictional past is inserted into the fictional present or dramatized out of order
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a transition (in literary or theatrical works or films) to an earlier event or scene that interrupts the normal chronological development of the story an unexpected but vivid recurrence of a past experience (especially a recurrence of the effects of an hallucinogenic drug taken much earlier)
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(Angel Murphy) Def: A tool used in writing to allow a character to explore events occuring at a different time The reader follows the characters thoughts as they examine and earlier situation This can be essential to the story in that, it can give needed background information However, sometimes a flashback can upset the rhythm of the story and, therefore, have a negative effect This is rare, most often a flashback serves a needed purpose by more fully examining a person or situation
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A reversal of flame in a system, counter to the usual flow of the combustible mixture
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Occurs when the flame in a gas torch burns back into the torch or hose; this is often accompanied by a hissing or squealing sound, and a pointed or smoky flame
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a shot or sequence of shots showing action which took place prior to the present time of the film
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An alteration of story order in which events occurring in the present are interrupted by the showing of events that took place earlier
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Refers to the third wave of green carded figures released just before Episode 1, which included a pull down transforming character slide showing an Episode 1 character
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a vivid mental image of a past trauma, especially one that recurs
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a return to an earlier (often previously unseen) part of the story
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If you have a flashback to a past experience, you have a sudden and very clear memory of it. He has recurring flashbacks to the night his friends died
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Occurs when flame from a torch burns back into the tip, the torch or the hose It is often accompanied by a hissing or squealing sound with a smoky or sharp-pointed flame
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Occurs when flame from a torch burns back into the tip, the torch, or the hose It is often accompanied by a hissing or squealing sound with a smoky or sharp-pointed flame
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{i} past event inserted into the present narrative (in a book or movie); sudden remembering of a past event
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A Hyperion Essbase Spreadsheet Add-in command that restores the previous database view This command is similar to a typical Undo command
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flame extending back to the source of the flammable material
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an unexpected but vivid recurrence of a past experience (especially a recurrence of the effects of an hallucinogenic drug taken much earlier)
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a section of a literary work that interrupts the sequence of events to relate an event from an earlier time
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    Türkische aussprache

    fläş bäk

    Aussprache

    /ˈflasʜ ˈbak/ /ˈflæʃ ˈbæk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'flash ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English flaschen, of imitative origin.

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