dimness


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absence or deficiency of light

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the state of being poorly illuminated

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the property of lights or sounds that lack brilliance or are reduced in intensity

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the quality of being dim or lacking contrast

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A 37-year-old male presented to the Ophthalmology outpatient department of a tertiary care medical college and hospital, with the chief complaints of dimness of vision with constricted visual field in his left eye for the past 3 months.
So how can cats run at full speed in the dimness of night and never knock themselves unconscious?
Abueva, often described as "a strong and determined woman standing on fish and pulling a fishnet, which symbolizes the philosophy and aspirations of the University though its College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS)." You'll also pass through Chancellor's Park, where under the dimness casted by the tall trees on campus some students would sit together and chat.
The plant is probably best known for its oil; Culpeper writes: 'The oil cleanseth the skin, it easeth the chest pains and makes a good ointment for dimness of sight'.
Given their enormous distance and dimness beside the blindingly radiant stars they hug so tightly, it will be hard to learn enough about them to satisfy the profound questions they raise.
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.
This year's theme is Through Dimness. The works will be performed by top Estonian groups and interpreters, among them the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Vox Clamantis, Estonian Cello Ensemble, Erkki-Sven Tuur, Johan Randvere, Peeter Vahi, Hele-Riin Uib, Ulla Krigul, Saale Fischer, Kristel Aer, Theodor Sink, and others.
As you step inside, your eyes adjust to the dimness. The room grows.
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. It happened on Wednesday.
Here in climate-controlled dimness are the highlights of F.D.