Opake

O`pake´


a.1.See Opaque.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The police boss said the leader of the gang conspired with others, now at large and allegedly killed one Tahiru of Odun Opake in Ofu Local Government and made away with his motorcycle.
In the interior therefore of an opake red-hot body of any temperature, the illumination is always the same, whatever be the constitution of the body in other respects.
Condens'd his Emanations into hard opake substances; ......
in the viewing of Objects, one ought to be careful not to hinder the Light from falling on Them, by the Hat, Perruke, or any other thing, especially when they are to look upon Opake Objects: for nothing can be seen with the best Glasses, unless the Object be in a due distance, with a sufficient light.
aggregated in opake, orange-yellow coloured individuals, which consist each of three hexagonal prisms curved towards their terminations in a manner often beautifully symmetrical." This mate-rial is undoubtedly identical to what Breithaupt formally described and named "campylite" (from the Greek campylos, "barrel") as a new species in 1841.
The axis of vision is not coincident with the axis of things, and so they appear not transparent but opake [sic].
Blake's passage in Milton 9 also records that Satan's "bosom" is an "unfathomable Abyss" shining "with fires," heavenly "stones" that, as starry jewels, grow "Opake" (devilish), language relating to the beaming zodiacal stars found on the breastplate of the High Priest of the Hebraic Tabernacle.
right through those historical incrustations that make our present states 'opake' to vision" (150).
The Polypus, Blake suggests in the second chapter of Jerusalem, is produced and enabled by our own flawed perspective, an understanding of time and space that fails to exceed what we can garner through our bound senses: In one night the Atlantic Continent was caught up with the Moon, And became an Opake Globe far distant clad with moony beams.