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Well, it's a long cry from a blurred line in a spectrum to a sick nigger in Sumatra.
Whenever her chill and withered heart desired warmth, she was wont to summon a black slave of Governor Shirley's from the blurred mirror, and send him in search of guests who had long ago been familiar in those deserted chambers.
She set the mansion in the best order that her means allowed, and, arraying herself in silks and tarnished gold, stood long before the blurred mirror to admire her own magnificence.
For a moment she regained her self-possession, and realized that the thin peasant who had come in wearing a long overcoat, with buttons missing from it, was the stoveheater, that he was looking at the thermometer, that it was the wind and snow bursting in after him at the door; but then everything grew blurred again.
The wrack had thickened to seaward, and the coast was but a blurred line.
For the long absent ship, the outward-bounder, perhaps, has letters on board; at any rate, she will be sure to let her have some papers of a date a year or two later than the last one on her blurred and thumb-worn files.
ABSTRACT: Blurred face image restoration algorithm by using image gradient magnitude prior model is presented.
A bullock that had its face blurred by Google Street View has proved a hit on social media.
The picture of the cow with its face blurred minding its own business on the banks of the River Cam was snapped by Google's cameras last August.
It is called Gaussian because the image is blurred using a Gaussian curve (http://en.
In this equation, B is the resulting blurred image, I is the original, K is the convolution kernel (or PSF) and N is the optional additive noise distribution.
16) Century 21 alleged trademark dilution by blurring, amongst other actions, and the court utilized the six blurring factors to test whether the "Century Insurance Group" mark blurred the "Century 21" mark.