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- n. The state or quality of being fuzzy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being fuzzy, downy, or fluffy.
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- n. the quality of being indistinct and without sharp outlines
Once someone identified the appropriate tool for measuring brain fuzziness, they could do testing pre-GnRHa, post-GnRHa, then perhaps w/add-back and then do long term f/u once the pt is off GnRHa.
MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said ... wow, Laurie, what a timely mention - I have just this minute posted a photo of your red pepper tart on my lasted entry! interesting mention about radish greens - the fuzziness is exaclty why i dont use them myself, but now that i; ve decided to give nettles a go this winter, they might also get mixed into my winter hortopites ...
Although the frequency of this absorbed light is never exact - there is always a bit of "fuzziness" - optical transitions have narrower linewidths than microwaves ones.
I don't think we have a good objective measure of brain fuzziness.
Spray versions for use in cold calls may be the ultimate use of this new fuzziness, which is somewhat depressing.
The fuzziness is the result of both my shaking hands and my cell phone's shitty camera.
Those that do typically complain of problems with word recall or names, or a feeling of "fuzziness" in the brain.
So here's the question: Does pointing out this "fuzziness" lead to increased voter helplessness and apathy?
I wasn't taken by most of the show, which rehashed most of the cliches of contemporary "fine art photography" such as fuzziness to appear more painterly, but there were a couple of exceptions.
You may not be a fan of these particluar pieces BTW, the 'fuzziness' that you refer to is an intentional choice on the part of the artist, not some limitation of the platform but I urge you to check out the gallery at the Brushes website.
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