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Press O on the keyboard to see your mask, so you know which areas have been masked, then refine your selection by using the eyedropper tool after you've turned off the visible mask by pressing O again.
Target faces were presented for varying durations (17, 34, 51, 85 and 119 ms) that were chosen based on previous research on emotion discrimination with backward masked faces (e.g., Esteves & Ohman, 1993; Maxwell & Davidson, 2004; Pessoa, Jappee, & Ungerleider, 2005).
7 WATCHMEN (2009) THE masked Rorschach is one of the superheroes investigating the murder of one of their old league of crime-fighters, but finds loyalties are divided among the former friends.
The masked celebrations complete with capes and tricorn hats came to an end in the 17th century when Napoleon captured the Republic of Venice.
After responding to masked ventilation and oxygen, her Apgar scores were 5 and 8.
Here the handsome prince is absent, the dwarfs have become tiny masked putti, and the moralizing has been suspended.
Initially, these soldiers were masked with the same mask as the infantry, but proper use of the sights required the use of special masks.
The masked dancer followed the coffin to the cemetery, leaving the mask on the tomb or in a small house erected above it.
Our Way of Making Prayer: Yup'ik Masks and the Stories They Tell is a collection of the remembrances of thirty-three Yup'ik elders who witnessed and took part in the last traditional masked Yup'ik dance ceremonies in the early 1900s.