polyopia

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polyopia

[‚päl·ē′ō·pē·ə]
(medicine)
A condition in which more than one image of an object is formed upon the retina.
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There have to be multiple visions coming together, multiple talents, multiple inspirations, imaginations.
Director Rosetta Cucchi, a beloved Wexford fixture, may have over-thought the piece, with her intense, sometimes uncomfortably graphic focus on the obsessed hero's tortured psyche (haunted by multiple visions of that elusive, alluring girl from Arles, he self-defenestrates on the day of his wedding to the girl-next-door); but she got people to take the work seriously, never a bad thing with a good opera.
Al Dossary said that what distinguishes youth centres is to involve a large number of young people to create an opportunity to highlight their creativity and achieve multiple visions of future tol enhance their role of leadership in the community.
She is not trying to arrive at a universal definition of God and the good but, instead, wants to awe us with the aesthetic beauty of multiple visions across history and across cultures (p.
There are multiple visions of only a few models, all of whom are portrayed as intense, strong individuals.
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