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The INEC official said that, 'As you can see, these magnifying glasses were provided by the Commission to make voting easier for the Albinos because of their impaired vision when the sun is out'.
There are five pieces of play equipment, three tables and two magnifying posts.
Vic Rodriguez, "to reveal the names of persons who had knowledge about the use of plastic magnifying glass in the revision area."
Last June 14, one of Marcos' revisors, a certain Nestor Borromeo, was caught using a 'plastic magnifying lens' inside the revision area at the Supreme Court compound where the ballots were being examined by the revisors of the PET and both parties.
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, odds are you have a magnifying glass.
Fresnel lens (magnifying sheet), Magnifying glasses, small containers of: raw sugar, rock salt, and other items, e.g., a bird feather, a leaf, a plant seed, a crystal, a coin, coral, bark, fabric, newsprint, a shell, a flower, bubble wrap, pencil shavings, a cicada wing, rice, cork, a shoelace, polystyrene foam.
Seventy-five grim, Third Reich things: toys, a bust relief of Adolf Hitler, magnifying glasses inside swastika-adorned boxes, a medical device for measuring heads, a statue of the Reichsadler, an hourglass, a box of harmonicas, a swastika-engraved knife, and a photographic negative of Hitler "holding a magnifying glass similar to those found in the boxes." Argentine authorities have said that the findings are original, and that it's the largest trove of Nazi artifacts in the country's history.
Whether you know it or not, your iPhone can work just like a magnifying glass.
Horn-handle magnifying glass with letter opener from Manchester, Ltd, $168; bone handle magnifying glass, $45; and nautical rope magnifying glass, $45; Swatches Fabric & Design, 5268 Old Hwy.
They are warning about the dangers of magnifying mirrors being placed in direct sunlight.
That increase in light, rather than the dip Kruse thought he'd see, was the white dwarf bending and magnifying light from its more distant neighbor through gravitational lensing, like a magnifying glass.
Justin Evans from North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, said the sun''s rays can be magnified by a lens, or a magnifying mirror, and become focused on a nearby object.