positive lens

positive lens

[′päz·əd·iv ‚lenz]
(optics)
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An example shown here is how a short light pulse is passing through a positive lens and, slightly delayed caused by passing through glass, focused to a point.
Even when newsrooms set out to depict marginalized communities through an empathetic, positive lens, Heather Biyant, a John S.
The global investors see the Indian market under the positive lens emerging as a global growth hub.
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Contributed by psychologists, educators, and other researchers from the US, UK, and South Africa, the 13 essays in this volume explore the application of positive psychology and the positive lens to relationships.
They see life through a positive lens, no matter what it throws their way.
The first ITS designed has the positive lens in front of the pupil and the negative lens behind, while the second one is completely positioned behind the pupil.
But we have to wake up every morning and take a conscious decision to be optimistic and positive and see the world through a positive lens," she said.

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