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  • v. Present participle of fog.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Fog-signaling on railways by means of detonators attached to the rails, etc.


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  • However I did notice something, and it was something that both my wife and father both brought up, there was a strange effect that wasn't there at the World Première, something I described as a fogging or blurring during some scenes, particularly the action ones, which made it hard to follow the action.

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  • Call it patriotism, call it blind optimism, call it "fogging the lens."

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  • I had instances of other issues and brain fog, word fogging, memory.

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  • "It is also occurring more in adults than in children," the health ministry's top official Ismail Merican told the paper, saying the public also had to chip in to eradicate mosquito breeding grounds as spraying pesticides, known as fogging, would not solve the problem entirely.

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  • My Redfield scope, 1970's vintage, was a sorry example to keep and I sold it ... bad memories of opening day "fogging".

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  • Countisbury, which are supposed to have been scattered and buried by a resident clergyman at the close of the last century, with the avowed intention of "fogging" later antiquarians -- surely the strangest

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  • Additionally we exploit GPU performance with up to 12 high-res textures combined across the entire terrain and have also implemented atmospheric scattering lighting simulation to calculate both the sky colour and its influence on the terrains look and feel (unlike normal fogging which is view dependant).


  • (If the images are recti fi ed, 1D search can interre fl ections in the scene and "fogging" inside the pro - be performed, else 2D search is required.)

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  • In the study, the Johns Hopkins team showed that SUDS was able to disinfect some 90 pieces of used emergency-room equipment, placing as many as 15 items in the device and "fogging" the equipment with an aerosolized, commercially available disinfectant chemical, or biocide, called Sporicidin.


  • cataract is a 'fogging' or clouding of the eye's normally clear, transparent lens.

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