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A Blurry vision can be caused by nearsightedness, farsightedness, and/or astigmatism.
We discovered there were two ways we could clear up the blurry vision.
It analyzes what is in the background as well as foreground and isolates those elements to produce a smoother clip by throwing out the blurry frames.
producing blurry photos and falls into the eligible serial number range, Apple
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.
The picture got blurry, and all I could see were colored dots.
The volunteers were shown one of two versions of the ads - a clear, easy to read ad or a blurry, difficult to read ad (the content in both of the ads was identical).
In late 2007, Holst's team took the first-ever two-dimensional picture with a helium atom microscope: a blurry image of a tiny, honeycomb-shaped grating.
The likes of Ain't No Hidin' Love and Heavy Load stomp out of a blurry mix, while Queen Of The Scene recalls Mick Jagger circa Exile On Main Street.
I just saw the doctor and he said it's going to be blurry for a little bit and by (today) it should be fine.