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  • Then she paused, as the mind-quick applications in her halo's tool bar failed to find the identity of the young man staring at her on the train.

    Caster Knox

  • Then she paused, as the mind-quick applications in her halo's tool bar failed to find the identity of the young man staring at her on the train.

    Caster Knox

  • “I liked it in plywood and I like it now—windows and all, as long as nobody gets hurt,” Enid says, while reaching one hand over her head, tracing a halo's shape with her finger, around and around.

    Please Come to Boston? (Memoir)

  • "The halo's gone," said Christopher Marinac, research director at FIG Partners LLC, a bank research firm in Atlanta.

    Tried-and-True SunTrust

  • S. O'BRIEN: The halo's better looking than the sun dog, I think.

    CNN Transcript Jun 6, 2006

  • While the veil around her streameth, like a silvery halo's light;

    Godey's Lady's Book, Vol. 42, January, 1851

  • I have a frustrating problem with halo's around heads in my studio portraits with a white background.

    News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • Note - Sharpening halo's, and artifacts, are a product of them having been sharpened after resize.

    News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • In before the halo sucks/halo's over rated/halo's for fags/blah blah blah

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • I see no halo's or blocking, and that grain is actually good grain for keeping detail, but there are people out there who like to remove grain anyway.

    Doom9's Forum

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