dimness


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In such a crowd you could see on all sides of you nothing but a Line, apparently straight, but of which the parts would vary irregularly and perpetually in brightness or dimness.
Where immortality becomes a subject, Israr Ahmad creates images with clay and soil and shows how time blurs the content of the self in dimness and fear.
It may always be sunny in Philadelphia, but on the other side of the Delaware River the South Jersey Federal Credit Union is trying to stir up interest in a rare bit of afternoon dimness Monday.
Leaving the dimness of the hotel corridor behind we found ourselves bathed in sunshine, and the large green shrubs along the back wall of the pool area, above a second section of rooms, turned the desert beyond the hotel's walls into a memory.
As you step inside, your eyes adjust to the dimness.
The overly reflective gorilla glass layer on top doesn't help either (and also contributes to the dimness of the screen).
Tonometer Diaton is the perfect solution in the following cases when the use of other tonometry devices is problematic or impossible: Keratitis, Conjunctivitis, Keratotone, Cornea Dimness, Keratoprosthesis, Keratoplastics, LASIK, LASEK, PRK, Astigmatism, Ametropy, etc.
TURN away, for a moment, from the generalised idiocy of the presidential campaign to consider a specific instance of monumental dimness.
There are and always will be pockets of dimness and some dark spots 6 communications channels resistant to surveillance 6 but this does not mean we are completely 'going dark,'" the report notes.
I t was a composite smell, a smell of life itself, made up of people's cooking and their sleep, of their children and of the dirt which had accumulated around their lives over the years; a smell that never vanished, but hovered in the air in clouds, clung to the wooden banisters which had acquired a dark polish from the constant touch of greasy hands; a smell that lingered close to the stone wall which had lost its plaster and had gained instead countless children's drawings, and ribald inscriptions which, fortunately, could hardly be deciphered in the dimness of the staircase.
Here in climate-controlled dimness are the highlights of F.