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To increase the apparent size of, especially with a lens.
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"This magnifying glass is only used to view the tiny parts, but I can manage to get the watches fixed without the magnifying glass," he explains.CHALLENGESMr Kinyanjui's workday ends at 6pm after repairing about 20 watches, on average.
There will be an optional opportunity to exhibit the final results as part of the Magnifying Mushrooms Open day and exhibition on September 7.
We have arranged 35,739 wheelchairs, over 52,000 magnifying glasses, over 2213 sign language interpreters and over 31000 assistants," the state's Chief Electoral Officer, Sanjiv Kumar, told ANI on Wednesday.
THE Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) provided a total of 110 magnifying glasses to enable visually impaired persons particularly albinos discharge their electoral franchise in the by-election for the Toro, Bauchi State Federal constituency, House of Representatives held Saturday.
Natural play equipment, magnifying posts and picnic tables have been provided at Moffat's Gallow Hill.
Hold the magnifying glass BETWEEN the flashlight and the wall.
to disclose the names of persons in the revision area - who were "aware of the use of plastic magnifying glass."
The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo has asked the Supreme Court sitting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) to require the spokesman of former Senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos to identify the people who knew about the use of the plastic magnifying lens in the revision votes for the 2016 vice presidential race.
Maybe it's time to ask yourself if you are going through life carrying a magnifying glass or a mirror.
A large-format hardback with a magnifying glass included.
Magnifying objects can foster wonder in young children because they can make new observations of familiar things.