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But the strategy to clarify what's blurry is the same - you ask questions.
Blurry vision or wavy or zig-zag lines are common symptoms, while other patients describe seeing letters in a crossword dancing about, a mauve area, cloudy vision, a glare or a black spot.
They appear blurred because light from objects is focused in front of the retina and the image is blurry.
Revealing their observations in the journal Psychological Science, the researchers said that the students who viewed the ads for chocolate were more likely to desire the chocolates in the blurry ad than the ones in the clear, easy-to-read ad.
Light that does pass through gets scattered by the water beads, causing objects to appear blurry.
Suddenly, the boundary between body and machine looks blurry.
He gets the job--and so begins a lighthearted yet not lightweight satire about good and evil, love and hate and the blurry line between them.
Maybe this man has some talent; maybe he hasn't: there is nothing in this hideous text or these often blurry images to prove it either way.
The narrative deals with guilt and conflicting emotions concerning the all too common condition of childhood diabetes; gentle, somewhat blurry color illustrations add a visual touch to the girl's personal journey.
In the beginning, I thought the line that divided me from homosexuals was a very clear and distinct one, yet in the end that line had become so blurry that it was hardly visible.
He also began experiencing blurry vision in his left eye and was fighting bouts of fatigue.