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flick·er

(flik'ĕr),
The visual sensation caused by stimulation of the retina by a series of intermittent light flashes occurring at a certain rate.
See also: flicker fusion, critical flicker fusion frequency.

flicker

A rapid, transient and intermittent photic discharge sensed in a visual field.

flicker

The visual sensation of alternating intervals of brightness caused by rhythmic interruption of light stimuli.

flicker

Perception produced when the retina is stimulated by an intermittent light stimulus which fluctuates between a frequency of a few hertz and the critical fusion frequency.
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Of these events, only the presentation of Gandalf's incarceration and the wounding of Frodo are developed in the film as cross-cut interlace.
"MEFTEC functioned as a financial technology market bringing together financial technology leaders for a custom-made learning and business networking experience, also has been proving to be the ideal event for us to exhibit our offerings to the global technology geeks" said Bala, Chief Operations Officer of Interlace.
(b) the zeros of [P.sup.[alpha]+3,[beta].sub.n-1] and [n(n + [alpha] + [beta] + 2) + ([alpha] + 2)(n - [alpha] + [beta])]/[(n + [alpha] + 2)(2 + [alpha] + [beta] + 2)] interlace with the zeros of [P.sup.[alpha],[beta].sub.n+1];
The Interlace incorporates sustainability features through careful environmental analysis of sun, wind, and micro-climate conditions on site and the integration of low-impact passive energy strategies.
Adaptations of a specific narrative, narratives, or mythology to the Tarot may also be understood as a form of interlace; in the case of The Lord of the Rings Tarot, this interlace is highlighted by the shared connection between Tolkien and Tarot as twentieth-century adaptations of the medieval romance.
(76-77) In his close analysis of Beowulf, John Leyerle suggests there is a difference between structural and stylistic or decorative interlace. He compares structural interlace to tapestry weaving "where positional patterning of threads establishes the shape and design of the fabric" (5), and associates it with the writer's use of "artificial order," or the arrangement of events out of chronological order to achieve meaningful effects, associations, and comparisons.
The problem has typically been explored through two related topics: first, the tension between what is called the romance tendency to an inconclusive openness and evasiveness of structure, on the one hand, and, on the other, the epic drive to dosure; [11] and second, the technique of narrative interlace itself.
Interlace develops technologies for the treatment of common gynecological diseases.
The resulting footage forms one of the video works on show at the Globe Gallery, Newcastle ( one of the city's funky modern exhibition spaces ( in Claire's solo exhibition, Interlace.
The system is designed with two tool areas: a teacher-controlled administrative system at the top of the ACTIVboard (which young students can't reach); and a student interlace at the bottom so young students can manipulate objects on the board.
The RapidS features a four-pin interlace designed to ease system design and reduce power consumption and switching noise.
When our analytical focus centres on how the wires, ducts, tunnels, conduits, streets, highways and technical networks that interlace and infuse cities are constructed and used, modern urbanism emerges as an extra ordinarily complex and dynamic sociotechnical process.