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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: goldenbear596 | Category: Example cover letter for psychologist

'IR cameras cannot 'see' objects or humans behind flames because of the need for a zoom lens that concentrates the rays on the sensor to form the image,' said Pietro Ferraro of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) Istituto Nazionale di Ottica in Italy.

'Besides life-saving applications in fire and rescue, the potential to record dynamic scenes of a human body could have a variety of other biomedical uses including studying or monitoring breathing, cardiac beat detection and analysis, or measurement of body deformation due to various stresses during exercise,' Ferraro said.

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    Публикации.ру 18 Jan 2017 03:59

    Debra, nice to read your writings again. I’ve always enjoyed your use of the written word. I’ve been reading “The Power of NOW” and what you’ve said it so true, we can only live in the “Now” but it is so fleeting.

    Thank you for your meaningful and insightful reflections about portraiture and the wider questions of life’s ephemeral nature. Your ideas touched my heart on this frozen January morning in Wisconsin. I look forward to visiting the gallery sometime soon.

    Love this post! What an insightful look into a young Jackie. It is always fascinating to learn about the woman before she became the woman.

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    ф u ▲ л k ▲ 18 Jan 2017 01:10

    Debra, nice to read your writings again. I’ve always enjoyed your use of the written word. I’ve been reading “The Power of NOW” and what you’ve said it so true, we can only live in the “Now” but it is so fleeting.

    Thank you for your meaningful and insightful reflections about portraiture and the wider questions of life’s ephemeral nature. Your ideas touched my heart on this frozen January morning in Wisconsin. I look forward to visiting the gallery sometime soon.

    Love this post! What an insightful look into a young Jackie. It is always fascinating to learn about the woman before she became the woman.

    We are native Suirnamese people, South American, and my descendants are Indian. My parents brought me to America when I was four years old. I am nineteen years of age. Since I am fully Americanized and have grown up in America, I have never experienced immigrant prejudice; my skin is light and I have no accent. I would have to label myself in the American society as a young female adult.

    In order to stay popular, well-liked and trusted by my peers, I have to maintain the correct appearance so that I remain status quo with the other young female adults who aspire to become educated, successful and financially secure.

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    Albi ヽ(`Д´)ノ 17 Jan 2017 23:44

    Flames/fire stormy sky, dark clouds a rough ocean dark forest wet sand *sigh* yet another one who never comes back to look at his answers, or who can t be bothered to show that he DID :-(

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    kиt 18 Jan 2017 21:23

    Debra, nice to read your writings again. I’ve always enjoyed your use of the written word. I’ve been reading “The Power of NOW” and what you’ve said it so true, we can only live in the “Now” but it is so fleeting.

    Thank you for your meaningful and insightful reflections about portraiture and the wider questions of life’s ephemeral nature. Your ideas touched my heart on this frozen January morning in Wisconsin. I look forward to visiting the gallery sometime soon.

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    heavymouse435 18 Jan 2017 00:22

    I have 3 and am getting 2 more. But why is that question posted in this section?

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    crazyostrich456 17 Jan 2017 23:13

    the 2nd one is better....the 1st one is kind of odd....