hemeralopia

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hemeralopia

[‚hem·ə·rə′lō·pē·ə]
(medicine)
Day blindness.
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Regardless of whether you're using the clip-on sniper night sight (CoSNS) single or double battery configurations, use only 15V AA alkaline or lithium batteries.
Sue Lamyman, trainer of Night Sight "He's ever so well, and the ground will suit him as long as it doesn't rain.
Night Sight hit the front a furlong out and held on by a head from Sporting Gesture with little more than three lengths covering the first nine home.
This year the RSPB will be using new night sight equipment, similar to the armed forces, that allows the wardens to see the foxes in the pitch dark.
A foundation was laid for a totally new night sight system, which was focused on the Practical-Tactical needs of government and law enforcement.
Those thumbscrews are supposed to make removing the periscope to install the night sight an easy task.
The weapon can also use the Insight Technology AN/Paq-4C night sight, which can be used with night vision goggles to illuminate a target.
He was carrying nearly pounds 9000, a night sight and military manuals stored on computer discs.
We're basically getting a top notch night sight for a mere pittance," Hawkins said.
Kieren Fallon is reunited with Night Sight on whom he finished second at Pontefract in May.
The jockey was punished by the Doncaster stewards for his ride on the Sir Michael Stoutetrained Navado, when he was caught for third place by Night Sight in the `Home Of Sunday Racing' Stakes on Sunday.