eclipse

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A 'smokeless cigarette' developed and marketed by RJ Reynolds

Eclipse

Vascular surgery A laser for performing transmyocardial revascularizationn–TMR and percutaneous transluminal myocardial revascularization–PTMR

eclipse

(ĕ-klips′) [Gr. ekleipein, to leave out, omit]
To make or become dark or obscure.
eclipse

eclipse

  1. the period during which a virus exists as a free nucleic acid in the host cell, so called because nothing seems to be happening during this phase.
  2. (of plumage in birds) occurring for a short time after the breeding plumage is moulted, particularly in ducks.
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Because this is a partial eclipse, it can't be assigned a Danjon rating based on the darkness of the umbra.
Hundreds of serious eye injuries did occur during partial eclipses before these warnings were widespread.
Former chairman of Sunderland Astronomical Society Don Simpson said the best view of the partial eclipse would be gained by looking towards the south-west.