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fisheye

[′fish‚ī]
(materials)
A small globular mass which has not blended completely into the surrounding material and is particularly evident in a transparent or translucent material, such as a plastic coating or surface coating.
(metallurgy)

fisheye

In plastering, a spot in the finish coat approximately ¼ in. (6.4 mm) in diameter, caused by lumpy lime.
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Then they ate the brain and had to pop the fish eyes in their mouths before spitting the juice through a sieve and finally drinking it.
The indoor model AirLive FE-200CU is very compact small Fish Eye IP camera that offers PoE support and has built-in speaker and microphone.
The 24-bit image editor can create composite pictures, clone images, change color and apply special effects like fish eye and warping.
Not everyone can bear to watch as Craig's brother, Darren, eats a fish eye in a bush tucker trial Friends and family of Craig Smith, who is suffering from cancer, did a drag walk, above, to raise money for him, as well as going bungee jumping, top right
The device, called the iPhone Lens Dial, allows users to take photos with either of three lenses - telephoto, fish eye and wide-angle lenses.
NEARLY READY The High Level Bridge in Newcastle, set to be reopened this June, poses for the fish eye lens of reader James Thow from the city's Chapel Park.
He tested vision in the pure strains and hybrid crosses with a fish eye exam that works even for tiny fry.
Fish Eye increased a whopping 260,00 cases to 300,000 cases in 2005.
The NREC is developing Explorer, a long-range visual inspection robot system that will provide real-time video from inside six and eight-inch lines using a fish eye camera.
You forget about that other eye, that other, perhaps blue or hazel or stone-coloured eye, because his fish eye, his fish blood soulless shiny wet black raw red eye is now looking out at you.