blinding glare


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blinding glare

So intense that for an appreciable length of time after it has been removed, no visual perception is possible. See also: Glare
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Venus covers too little of the solar disc to block the blinding glare.
The catalogue, by contrast, is beautifully presented, allowing the print to be easily read without the blinding glare that afflicts so many current art books.
While my earlier two visits, just a few months ago, had been in afternoons, with a cruel sun and blinding glare against the white marble, this time I decided to see it at sunset, on a full moon night, and also greedily catch the next morning's sunrise.
I often paint in severe sunlight which is the most obvious aspect of my work, the blinding glare of the noonday sun and the dark cast shadows dramatically cutting through the picture plane of the crust impasto art works, he says.
Y) to develop sunglasses that detect bright spots of light and darken specific parts of the lens to protect wearers from blinding glare.
Washington, July 17 (ANI): No matter how expensive your sunglasses may be, it fails to protect you from the sun's blinding glare.
She traded in Crime and Punishment for Law & Order, the searing pain of intellectual pursuits for the numbing comfort of dull amusements, the difficult beauty of truths for the blinding glare of truisms.
Then one sunny afternoon I drove to a friend's home and experienced the same blinding glare that came from headlights at night.
I really can't live in the blinding glare of happiness without being able, now and then, to know and feel its dark opposite.
If no swan descends in a blinding glare of plumage, drumming the
In the blinding glare of those two sensational, heartbreaking stories, it is easy to lose sight of the fact that they are also just extreme examples of a human tendency that is all too common: using rationalization to put one's own perceived needs ahead of another, ignoring or denying the resulting hurt.
For those operations, by contrast, the costs associated with feeding TV's insatiable appetite for drama and conflict often outweigh the rewards--a poor tradeoff that's easily overlooked amid the blinding glare of those alluring studio lights.