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mag·ni·fy

(măg′nə-fī′)
v.
To increase the apparent size of, especially with a lens.
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Head of product management and clinical affairs at Heidelberg Engineering, Ali Tafreshi, said: "The ability to assess ocular microstructures in a magnified view and at an enhanced resolution may provide unique insight into the manner in which diseases progress."
They will then use the magnifying glass to observe the sugar more closely and draw what some pieces look like when magnified.
NEW YORK -- Amazon goes into the holiday season with a magnified brick-and-mortar presence, giving it more opportunities to sell its Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets and other gadgets.
If he torqued the bow a little, the scope magnified it, causing him to aim incorrectly.
Lens Modeling and Source Reconstruction" - said in (https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2017/hubble-sees-clumps-of-new-stars-in-distant-galaxy) the statement , and added that the galaxy would have seemed perfectly ordinary to Hubble were it not magnified by gravitational lensing.
Building proportional reasoning through tangible manipulation: Magnified Pattern Blocks
Forshaw and the films producer, Jessica Levick from Magnified Pictures, then launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds and generate buzz about the film.
Magnified World is an accomplished novel that not only tells the story of one family's grief but also paints a very vivid picture of the Toronto its members inhabit.
Wearers can switch it on by changing the filters on the spectacles so the only light falling on their retina comes from the magnified stream.
Watch commander Andy Marshall, of Elland fire brigade, said: "It is very unusual but I did have a job some time ago where the sun was magnified by a shaving mirror.
However, these images blur when magnified by more than 2 or 3 times (4 to 9 times the number of pixels).