Marlow, Frank William

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Marlow,

Frank William, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1858-1942.
Marlow test - a test for heterophoria.
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In his oral and later written narratives, in his interviews with the French Lieutenant, Stein, and Jewel, Marlow tests his observations of Jim through dialogues that always hover around uncertain silence.
The noise from other single-phase, variable--speed controllers Marlow tested was objectionable--not necessarily to the bather, who is immersed in a pool of rumbling water, but to the rest of a household having to hear the humming plumbing.