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Tro·land

(trō'lănd),
L.T., U.S. physicist, 1889-1932. See: troland.

tro·land

(trō'lănd),
A unit of visual stimulation at the retina equal to the illumination per square millimeter of pupil received from a surface of 1 lux brightness.

Troland

A unit of conventional retinal illuminance, which is used to correct photometric measurements of luminance that fall on the retina by scaling them to the effective pupil size.

Troland,

L.T., U.S. physicist, 1889-1932.
troland - a unit of visual stimulation at the retina equal to the illumination per square millimeter of pupil received from a surface of 1 lux brightness.

troland 

Unit of retinal illuminance equal to that produced when the luminance of the observed object is one candela per square metre seen through a pupil having an area of one square millimetre. Syn. photon (obsolete). See retinal illuminance.
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"We'd love nothing more than for this to be over, so we can go back to enjoying life Sharon Troland
The deadline for payment passed earlier this month and the exasperated Trolands are now being forced to explore other legal avenues in an attempt to be reimbursed.
On another occasion the pensioner was described as being "out of control" when he launched a tirade of abuse which included calling Mr Troland "absolute evil".
Despite the elderly man's daughter trying to intervene and take him into his house to "calm down" he broke free from her on "several occasions" and continued to verbally abuse Mr Troland and some workmen.
Mr McAvoy was also found to have attempted to get Mr Troland to break bail conditions - issued over a charge concerning his neighbour for which he was subsequently acquitted - by approaching him in a supermarket.
She issued him with a 12-month non-harassment order, and also instructed him to pay both Mr and Mrs Troland PS1000 each in expenses.
In June 2015, the Advertiser reported that several residents of Cromarty Road were unhappy after the Trolands built the structure - which resembles a two-storey house.
Sheriff Shankland's findings showed that for more than 15 years the Trolands and McAvoys enjoyed a "normal neighbourly relationship".
However, the sheriff agreed that his actions had caused the Trolands "alarm and distress".
Mr McAvoy was also ajudged to have damaged the Trolands' car while putting his bins out for collection, causing PS180 of damage to the vehicle.
The sheriff also agreed that he had positioned a webcam, which was able to conduct live streaming, towards the Trolands' property, causing them fear and alarm.