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“Even a child can now create "fish eye" effect and "blurr" effect while capturing images, giving an artistic feel to the art of photography.”
“If there are principles that hold Democrats together, they are currently a blurr. susie”
“The picture quality is absolutely blurr, crapp and shitt, even 1960 movie picture is 100 times better than nintendo video quality!”
“Came a blurr of flashing lights, a thunder in my ears, a darkness, a glimmering of dim light slowly dawning, a wrenching, racking pain beyond all describing, and then I heard the voice of one who said:”
“Eli's fingers fly all over the key board in a blurr -- I'm all thumbs.”
“Instead he re-purposes, transforms, flattens those everyday objects that blurr into our background, making them new lessons in perspective - both conceptual and literal.”
“Facebook is the great confuser, the great blurr-er of lines, the thing which will doom librarians and their love of categorization.”
“I must say with shame that being in American again has made those impressions fade to a blurr.”
“Sarah Palin showed in vivid lack of detail, in a "blurr of words" that she is too dangerous to be a heartbeat from the Presidency.”
“Bill and Hill know that they don't have much to throw at him, so they have to obfuscate, blurr the lines and drag him into these kind of tit for tat things.”
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