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correspondence

 [kor″ĕ-spon´dens]
the condition of being in agreement or conformity.
retinal correspondence the state concerned with the impingement of image-producing stimuli on the retinas of the two eyes.

cor·re·spon·dence

(kōr'ĕ-spon'dents),
In optics, those points on each retina that have the same visual direction.

correspondence

/cor·re·spon·dence/ (kor″is-pon´dins) the condition of being in agreement or conformity.
anomalous retinal correspondence  a condition in which disparate points on the retinas of the two eyes come to be associated sensorially.
normal retinal correspondence  the condition in which the corresponding points on the retinas of the two eyes are associated sensorially.
retinal correspondence  the state concerned with the impingement of image-producing stimuli on the retinas of the two eyes.

correspondence

(in ophthalmology) the relationship between corresponding points on each retina. The simultaneous stimulation of the points results in the sensation of viewing a single object.

cor·re·spon·dence

(kōr'ĕ-spon'dĕns)
optics The points on each retina that have the same visual direction.

cor·re·spon·dence

(kōr'ĕ-spon'dĕns)
optics the points on each retina that have the same visual direction.

correspondence,

n written or typed communication between two individuals or groups of individuals.
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Monsieur, you shall have that correspondence, and render me an account of it.
The discovery of that conspiracy is the ruin of the superintendent, and that discovery is the result of the correspondence with England: this is why Colbert wished to have that correspondence.
My dear brother," Cornelius answered, "your correspondence with M.
The correspondence of the prisoner, which had been found, with his Diary, in the locked bed-table drawer, was produced next.
In the second case, the correspondence so carelessly thrown aside might, for all a stranger knew to the contrary, prove to be of some importance in the future.
With that comforting reflection, he drew out a battered tin cash-box from the inner recesses of the drawer, and locked up the stolen correspondence to bide its time.
After replacing the journal and the correspondence in the case, the one paper left on the table was a letter.
If in fact the window is to the left of the door, there is a correspondence between the image and the objective; there is the same relation between the window and the door as between the images of them.
When Levin went upstairs, his wife was sitting near the new silver samovar behind the new tea service, and, having settled old Agafea Mihalovna at a little table with a full cup of tea, was reading a letter from Dolly, with whom they were in continual and frequent correspondence.
Blake (who prohibits everything else) prohibits the appearance of the present correspondence in Miss Clack's narrative?
But the police came to inquire if the student Haldin ever received any correspondence at the University and took them away.
In the meantime, however, I was cunning enough not to give the least room to any in the family to suspect me, or to imagine that I had the least correspondence with this young gentleman.