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  • By means of this Instrument I can with _little trouble_, and a very small quantity of any _Liquor_, examine, most accurately, the _refraction_ of it not only for one inclination, but for all; and thereby am inabled to make very accurate Tables; several of which I have also experimentally made, and find, that _Oyl of Turpentine_ has a much greater Refraction then _Spirit of Wine_, though it be _lighter_; and that _Spirit of Wine_ has a greater

    Micrographia Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies Made by Magnifying Glasses with Observations and Inquiries Thereupon

  • Refraction, which is the bending of the rays of light, produces this effect.

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  • They taunt and tease, egged on by a cheat-sheet called The Refraction that often provides intimate details that get magnified by a rowdy student body.

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  • Double cabochon-cut stones, 65 refraction (see "Refraction")

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  • The Apartment Project, known to Istanbul art lovers for its innovative displays that interact with life on the city's streets, will present a new exhibition titled "Refraction" starting Friday, Jan. 22, at 6 p.m.

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  • "Refraction" sustained a mostly mellow mood throughout, particularly in an unusual ending where the dance simply drifted away. - News

  • The piece might have been called "Refraction," but it also harbored contrast -- the push and pull from a dip to a flying arabesque, a deep crouch to a scoot, an evolving daisy chain - News

  • "Refraction" was an ideal title for the King perspective, be it defining the body itself or the movement. - News

  • Then I click the eye icon and turn off all three "Refraction" layers, we will use those later to bend a little light. Latest 15 Tutorials

  • "Refraction" will be performed live at the Mandell Weiss Forum Studio on April 16, 17, 22, 23 and 24 at 8 p.m.

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