halation


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halation

 [hah-la´shun]
indistinctness of the visual image caused by strong illumination coming from the same direction as the object being viewed.

ha·la·tion

(hă-lā'shŭn),
Blurring of the visual image by glare.

halation

/hal·a·tion/ (hal-a´shun) indistinctness of the image caused by illumination coming from the same direction as the object being viewed.

ha·la·tion

(hă-lā'shŭn)
Blurring of the visual image by glare.
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