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Torn Contact Lens In Eye


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    contact lens
  • A thin lens, made of flexible or rigid plastic, that is placed directly on to the eye to correct vision, used as an alternative to spectacles, or, if coloured, to change one's eye color cosmetically
  • contact: a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication
  • A contact lens (also known simply as a contact) is a corrective, cosmetic, or therapeutic lens usually placed on the cornea of the eye.
  • A thin plastic lens placed directly on the surface of the eye to correct visual defects
    torn
  • Remove by pulling or ripping forcefully
  • disrupted by the pull of contrary forces; "torn between love and hate"; "torn by conflicting loyalties"; "torn by religious dissensions"
  • Pull or rip (something) apart or to pieces with force
  • Have great difficulty in choosing between
  • (tear) separate or cause to separate abruptly; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
  • lacerate: having edges that are jagged from injury
    eye
  • Look at or watch closely or with interest
  • look at
  • good discernment (either visually or as if visually); "she has an eye for fresh talent"; "he has an artist's eye"
  • the organ of sight
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Torn
Torn
Everyone has secrets.
Even best friends.
Swirling black descends like ravens, large enough to block the glow of the streetlights. A dull roar starts like a train on the ‘L', a far-away rumbling that grows louder as it pulls closer, until it's directly overhead and you feel it in your chest, except this doesn't pass you by. Verity, white-faced and eyes blazing, shouts through the din, "Run, Mo!"
Mo Fitzgerald knows about secrets. But when she witnesses her best friend's murder, she discovers Verity was hiding things she never could have guessed. To find the answers she needs and the vengeance she craves, Mo--quiet, ordinary, unmagical Mo--will have to enter a world of raw magic and shifting alliances. And she'll have to choose between two very different, equally dangerous guys--protective, duty-bound Colin and brash, mysterious Luc. One wants to save her, one wants to claim her. Which would you choose?
"Who doesn't love a character torn between two dangerous worlds and two risky guys? The only thing safe about this book is how good it is." --Lee Nichols, author of Deception, A Haunting Emma Novel
"Dark, exciting and totally addictive! Just. . .wow!" –Kristi Cook, author of Haven
"Dark, magical, and delicious!" --New York Times Bestselling Author C. L. Wilson

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NIKON F-801
NIKON F-801
NIKON F-801 (1988) SPECIFICATIONS (from the instructions manual) Type of camera - Integral-motor autofocus 35mm single-lens reflex Picture format - 24mm x 36mm (standard 35mm film format) Lens mount - Nikon F mount Lens - AF Nikkor lenses, and other Nikon lenses with Nikon F mount (with limitation) available Focus modes - Autofocus, and manual focus with electronic rangefinder Autofocus Autofocus detection system - TTL phase detection system using Nikon advanced AM200 autofocus module Autofocus detection range - Approx. EV minus I to EV 19 (at ISO100) Autofocus actuation method - Single servo and continuous servo Autofocus lock - Possible by lightly pressing shutter release button in Single Servo AF mode or by using AF Lock button Electronic rangefinder - Available in manual focus mode with an AF Nikkor and other Ai-type Nikkor lenses with a maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster Exposure metering - Two types of exposure metering systems - Matrix Metering and Centre-Weighted Exposure meter switch - Activated by lightly pressing shutter release button; stays on for approx. 8 sec. after lifting finger from button Metering range - EV 0 to EV 21 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens) f Exposure modes - Programmed auto (PD, P, PH), shutter-priority auto (S), aperture-priority auto (A) and manual (M) modes Programmed auto exposure control - Both shutter speed and aperture are set automatically; flexible program in one EV step possible Shutter-priority auto exposure control - Aperture automatically selected to match manually set shutter speed Aperture-priority auto exposure control - Shutter speed automatically selected to match manually set aperture Manual exposure control - Both aperture and shutter speed are set manually Shutter - Electro magnetically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane shutter Shutter release - Electromagnetic shutter by motor trigger Shutter speeds - Lithium niolbate oscillator-controlled speeds from 1/8000 to 30 sec.; electro-magnetically controlled long exposure at B setting Viewfinder - Fixed eye level pentaprism High-eyepoint type; 0.75X magnification with 50mm lens set at infinity; 92% frame coverage Eye point - Approx. 19mm Eyepiece cover - Model DK-8 prevents stray light from entering viewfinder Focusing screen - Nikon advanced B-type Briteview screen with central focus brackets for autofocus operation Viewfinder information - The following LCD indications appear: focus indicators, exposure modes, shutter speeds/film speeds, aperture/ exposure compensation value, electronic analogue display, exposure compensation mark; ready-light LED; viewfinder display is illuminated automatically or by pressing the viewfinder illumination button LCD information - The following indications appear: exposure modes, metering types, exposure compensation, electronic analogue display, shutter speeds/film speeds, aperture/exposure compensation value, film speed setting, DX-coded film speed setting, film advance mode, film installation, film advance and rewind, self-timer, multiple exposure, frame counter/ self-timer duration/number of multiple exposure Electronic beeper - With power switch in beeper position, beeper sounds in the following cases: operation signals; (1) at end of film roll: (2) when film rewinding is complete; (3) during self-timer operation; alert signals; (1) for over- or underexposure and possible picture blur in PD, P, PH or A mode; (2) when lens is not set to the smallest aperture setting in PD, P, PH or S mode; (3) when non-DX-coded film, damaged film or film with an unacceptable DX code is loaded; (4) such as torn or damaged film during film advance Auto exposure lock - Available via sliding the AE Lock lever while the meter in on Film speed range - ISO 25 to 5000 for DX-coded film; ISO 6 to 6400 for manual setting Film speed setting - At DX position, automatically set to ISO speed of DX-coded film used; with non-DX-coded film, ISO speed is set manually Film loading - Film automatically advances to first frame when shutter release button is depressed once Film advance - In S (Single-frame) shooting mode, film automatically advances one frame when shutter is released; in CH (Continuous High) or CL (Continuous Low) shooting mode, shots are taken as long as shutter release button is depressed; in CH mode, shooting speed is approx. 3.3fps, and in CL, approx., 2.0 fps (in Continuous Servo Autofocus or manual focus mode, with new batteries at normal temperatures, and a shutter speed faster than 1/125 sec. in manual exposure mode). Frame counter - Accumulative type: counts back while film is rewinding Film rewind - Automatically rewinds by pressing film rewind button and multiple exposure film rewind button; approx. 10 sec. per 24-exposure roll; stops automatically when film is rewound Self-timer;- Electronically controlled; timer duration can be selected between 2 to 30 sec. in one sec. increments; blinking LED indicates self-timer operation; two-shot self-timer is possible; cancelable
364/365 – ROLE REVERSAL
364/365 – ROLE REVERSAL
Day 364 of the 365 Journey One shot is fired and the revered agent slumps to the floor gasping for air. His gun falls just out of reach. Flashback (bright light and ringing): (Authoritative pacing voice) During this training you’ll learn not to get involved with anyone; to never let your emotions interfere. When anything less than pure fact and logic is introduced into any given scenario; problems can arise. Sometimes these problems can be deadly. Rule one; don’t trust anyone. Rule two; work alone. Rule three; never leave anything to chance. There’s a reason for these rules. They were created to keep you safe. They’ve saved many lives in the past and if you abide by them, they’ll surely save yours as well. (Ears ringing as the agent come to) Peering up at the familiar face towering above him his eyes widen. The woman standing over his almost lifeless body raises her weapon; shaking more or less uncontrollably. With tears streaming down her cheeks she utters a simple, “I’m sorry” as she fires a final shot. 47’s body shutters as the second round hits his chest. His head slumps over; and the gasps for air cease. She races out to her vehicle and quickly drives off; tires screeching. Her cell phone rings within minutes, “Hello” she answers in a weeping voice. The voice on the other end asks, “Is it done?” “Yes”, she mumbles. “Good. Congratulations, you’ve passed. Now disappear for a while; we’ll contact you.” Click, the phone is silent. The still trembling hand dials a code into the phone and disposes it out of the window as it sizzles and billows with smoke. The black coupe accelerates and speeds off into the night. Strobist INFO: Shutter Speed 1/40 Aperture 2.8 ISO 160 Lens – Tamron 28-75 Focal Length 47mm White Bal – AUTO Setup time: 20 mins 580exII at 1/8 power with collapsed silver umbrella approx 8 ft from subject slightly behind corner to cast shadow. 580exII at 1/16 power with diffused snoot approx 6 ft from subject aimed at legs and shoes. Evening – 9:20 pm – LOW ambient light Lights and camera shutter release triggered via Pocket Wizard’s and cables and timer.

torn contact lens in eye
torn contact lens in eye
Torn: Trusting God When Life Leaves You in Pieces
When Every Why Goes Unanswered

When our world comes crashing down, it does more than steal our peace. Something inside us tears. We feel broken, stranded—torn.

We naturally ask the question “Why?” when we’re hurting. But as pastor Jud Wilhite turned to the Bible in his own pain, he was surprised to discover that another question matters more: “Who?” Who is worthy of our trust when our trust when our lives are in pieces?

You may be experiencing a time of such darkness that you wonder if you will ever find “normal” again or look toward the future with hope. In Torn, Jud explores your questions as well as God’s answers—and God’s mysteries. With a pastor’s heart, he looks with you at practical ways to fight for joy, deal with anger and depression, and make the million tiny decisions that add up to a life committed to God, even when your heart is broken.

It’s not about having better arguments for the purpose behind our suffering. It’s about our relationship with God—a relationship that can flourish even when our whys go unanswered.

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