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Synonyms for loupe

small magnifying glass (usually set in an eyepiece) used by jewelers and horologists

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The Loupe Cell Browser: interactive visualizaon tool that delivers insights into single-cell gene expression.
Loupe, who led after an opening round 65, followed up with a 71 which put him on his own on eight under, a shot clear of Roberto Castro.
According to Sport24, Loupe, who had only broken 70 once in 11 previous rounds on the US PGA Tour and has yet to make a cut in five prior starts this season, only secured his card with an equal sixth-place finish in the final event last season of the Web.
Work-related muscular dysfunction in dental hygiene is multifactorial in nature3 and can result from prolonged static postures, improper working positions, poor body mechanics or improper adjustments of ergonomic chairs or non-ergonomic loupes.
Magnification Systems are of a variety of simple and complex magnifications are available to dentists, ranging from simple loupes to prism telescopic loupes and surgical microscopes.
Folks, we only have two more teams to reveal their totals--boat captain Rusty Buss paired with champion angler Lauri Oaks, and longtime NEPVA boat captain Dwayne Turnage paired with Marine Corps angler Jimmie Loupe," announced LaFontaine.
Other dancers and choreographers participating are Alito Alessi, Walter Kennedy, Margo Van Ummersen, Christian Cherry and Coco Loupe.
The sinuous interchange between past and present, truth and fiction, is sustained in subsequent films: In one, a 16-mm film is shown being packed up in the gallery office; a loupe lingers over a woman's face in a strip from one of Irvine's previous films.
MARC LOUPE, CPA (Silicon Valley Chapter), has joined Computer Associates International Inc as Senior Vice President and Head of Internal Audit.
Our experience has clearly shown that submandibular sialoadenectomy can be safely performed through a small incision with the help of loupe magnification and unilateral mobile retraction.
You would need a jeweller's loupe the size of the Sun to grade this diamond,'' said Travis Metcalfe who led the researchers at the HarvardSmith sonian Centrefor Astro-physics.
Holmes says disarmingly he is more comfortable working with pencil than slow-drying paint--and he works from 35mm slides which he checks out using a jeweller's loupe because it enables him to see into the shadows better than with a print.
Garcia, 24, Miguel Garcia, 27, of Pacoima and Loupe Romoro, 31, of Arleta were all treated for their injuries and released.
Once a piece of jewelry has been repaired, you can look at it through a loupe to make sure your jeweler hasn't made a switch.
One summer day, Kerry Ruef, a Seattle artist and writer, absent-mindedly picked up a loupe and walked among the flowers in her garden.