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dazzle

Dimming of vision due to intense stimulus of very bright light.
See: glare
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Designed for party enthusiasts and music lovers, Dazzle is the perfect amalgamation of quality and design.
Beyond the introductory E-Book, the Dazzle Washi Tape team is currently working on a series of online videos dedicated to washi tape crafts and on creative uses for Washi Tape.
By combining sensory ecology, physiology and cognitive research, this project will test for the first time whether motion dazzle markings can affect prey capture rate, and will determine how perception is altered.
The Titanium Dazzle comes with "Swipe" which allows users to shuffle to the next song by simply swiping their hand across the screen and "Smart Eye" which tracks eye movement and automatically pauses the video when the user looks away from the screen.
What many may be surprised by, however, is that Dazzles been profitable all 15 years it's been in business, an astonishing feat in most jazz club circles.
Dazzle rating: 5/5 Anna Friel British actress Anna Friel, 36, brightens up dreary night in a bright yellow Whistles pencil skirt and matching top leaving the theatre after one of her performances.
The dazzle created by windscreens greatly increases the risk to vulnerable road users who could be hidden from view such as pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and horse riders.
Currently in season, Dazzle Special won nine of her 13 outings prior to her enforced break including track records for the 668m and 692m trips at Wimbledon and Henlow respectively.
Wet roads also mean there's more dirt on the other side of the screen and this adds to the dazzle problem.
Ex-Girlfriend'' would be nothing without Thurman, who continues to dazzle with her versatility.
NASDAQ:PCLE) has unveiled four new Dazzle video capture products designed for first-time video editors.