dazzle


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dazzle

Dimming of vision due to intense stimulus of very bright light.
See: glare
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Dazzle, voted by Downbeat magazine as one of the top 100 jazz clubs in the world, recently moved into its new location in the historic Baur's building at 1512 Curtis Street.
"Designed for party enthusiasts and music lovers, Dazzle is the perfect amalgamation of quality and design.
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.
"I want to razzle and dazzle, I want look good and take him apart."
Denver can't get enough of Dazzle and neither can jazz talent with acts like Grammy Award-winning Roberta Gambarini on the July calendar.
Up front, Cartiers Dazzle really flew down the back and challenged Dalcash Dvinsky on the third bend before drifting wide off the last.
After years of being in hubby Tom Cruise's shadow, the mum-of-one, 30, showed she could dazzle as well.
The title of the Edison film is Razzle Dazzle. Jacobs calls his version Razzle Dazzle: The Lost World.
The selections are geared to "dazzle and dare" with recital appeal.
When the Fourth of July arrives, the pyrotechnicians will rely on a computer to dazzle spectators.
You can easily make this conversion with an "analog to digital converter" even if your computer skills are a bit "lite." You'll need your VCR, a computer that sports a DVD burner (sorry, you Apple fans--no Mac version available for the Dazzle converter shown), blank recordable DVDs and the converter.