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spyglass

a small telescope
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Glover started strong in tame weather at Pebble Beach and shot a 6-under 66 to get to 10-under 134, while Langley (69 at Spyglass Hill) and Casey (7-under 64 at Monterey Peninsula) narrowly finished at 10-under 133 ahead of the horn that ultimately stopped play for the rest of the day.
Jordan Spieth follows his shot up to the 18th green of the Spyglass Hill Golf Course.
Johnson, competing in his first PGA Tour event since his runaway victory in Kapalua last month, carded a five-under-par 67 at Spyglass Hill, which is considered the toughest of the three venues being used for this week's event.
Having been second after round one, two 65s at Monterey and Spyglass put him firmly in control and he finished four shots ahead of his nearest challenger Kelly Kraft.
A single therapeutic endoscopist who has performed >30 interventions using the SpyGlass system was the primary operator and the case was performed under general anesthesia.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 6, 2016-Synopsys' SpyGlass Solution enables compliance with DO-254 aviation safety standard
He mentioned this in the same breath as his other creations like Spyglass Hill [in the United States], Jones Jr.
Boston Scientific Corp.'s SpyGlass DS Direct Visualization System is a digital, disposable endoscope for diagnostic and therapeutic cholangioscopy and pancreatoscopy.
A PAIR of super-sized stuffed giraffes, a Victorian cane and a spyglass that once belonged to Napoleon will feature when the Antiques Roadshow kicks off a new series by visiting an Anglesey mansion.
Helm's first novel, "Sarafina and the Pirate's Spyglass," has already experienced pre-sales records according to the publishing company that represents her book, Doce Blant Publishing.
It is said he was near the Duke of Wellington when his leg was hit, and exclaimed: "By God, sir, I've lost my leg!" to which Wellington replied: "By God, sir, so you have!" The spyglass came to the family after Napoleon left it behind in his hurried escape from exile on the Mediterranean island of Elba - just months before meeting his ultimate defeat at Waterloo on June 18, 1815.