aberrated


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ab·er·rat·ed

 (ăb′ə-rā′tĭd)
adj.
Characterized by defects, abnormality, or deviation from the usual, typical, or expected course.
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That usually means off-axis guiding, in which you guide with a star that's just out of the camera's field of view, but such stars tend to be scarce and aberrated.
100 2239 -- -- 33 -- -- -- 1 -- -- 101 1860 -- -- 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- Record N E P F O Q e j E P f p q 100 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 101 -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 Symbol Meaning N Normal bear L Left bundle branch block beat R Right bundle branch block beat A Atrial premature beat a Aberrated atrial premature beat J Nodal (junctional) premature beat S Supreventricular premature beat V Premature ventricular beat F Fusion of ventricular and normal beat C Start of ventricular flutter/fibrillation
Clarity said that that availability of real-time refractive feedback may also be of benefit in complicated cases, such as highly aberrated corneas with unusual anterior and posterior corneal power distributions; irregular astigmatism; and prior refractive surgery.
But his figures of melancholy--baroque, Baudelaire, Kafka, 'left-wing,' the angel of history--are not counterposed to recognition, love, forgiveness or faith: and therefore their mourning is not completed; it remains aberrated not inaugurated" ("Walter Benjamin," 181).
The AAMI convention is used to combine the beats into five classes of interest [7]: normal beat, left bundle branch block (LBBB), right bundle branch block (RBBB), and atrial escape and nodal junction escape beats belong to class N category; class V contains premature ventricular contraction (PVC) and ventricular escape beats, class S contains atrial premature (AP), aberrated premature (aAP), nodal junction premature (NP), and supraventricular premature (SP) beats, class F contains only fusion of ventricular and normal (f VN) beats, and class Q which is known as unknown beat contains paced beat (P), fusion of paced and normal (fPN) beats, and unclassified beats.
Advantages and disadvantages of the Zernike expansion for representing wave aberration of the normal and aberrated eye.
6, 7 and 8 that the aberrated cavities may still well support the Bessel-Gauss modes, although there exist different machining errors.
For example, Hemingway portrays William Campbell in 'A Pursuit Race' as an aberrated figure who needs to "take a cure" (SS 351).
Among his topics are optical transfer function, balanced aberrations and Zernike circle polynomials, a defocused system with annular pupils, line of sight of an aberrated system, and imaging through atmospheric turbulence.
However, if the past over which Stevens's memory obsessively rakes suggests Arendt's imperialist character and the aberrated legend of Kipling, the temporal structure of Steven's postwar narration inserts this legacy within the retrospective and self-centered storytelling of Eichmann.