OF THE REVOLUTION: CUMANN NA NGAEDHEAL AND IRISH POLITICS, 1922-1932.
His stories feature the photographer Francis Jansen, whose disappearance to Mexico causes the narrator to seek the truth of their relationship (Afterimage
); a young boy left alone by his parents and raised, in part, by a former circus performer (Suspended Sentences); and a murder mystery set before World War II (Flowers of Ruin).
"You have the impression of the landscape almost as an X-ray, leaving an afterimage
in the eye."
First, he measured the area over which each eye could move on its own by impressing a foveal afterimage
on one eye when it was in primary position.
In the shape of the figure's head some may find an afterimage
of unearthed Phoenician figurines, or some techniques of African sculpture.
: Tod Ainslie's Vision of the War of 1812
Surprisingly, attention and awareness had different effects, the team reported in 2010 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: The more attention a person deployed, the shorter the afterimage
LG's IPS panels are also noticed for their excellent restoring force of liquid crystal, which ensure no afterimage
even at the screen touches.
Washington, Nov 9 (ANI): Our brain forms 'complementary' afterimage
after eyes stop looking at objects, Japanese researchers say.
Instead of remaining the afterimage
of industrial expansion, the neighborhood could be a place where people come to test new ideas.
The inclusion of engravings from the nineteenth century adds to the historic flavor of the entries--after all, many are drawn from that rich period of psychoneurological inquiry--but the handful of entries named for Bohemian physiologist Johannes Evangelista Purkyne (Purkinje afterimage
, Purkinje effect, Purkinje figure, etc.) are not significantly enriched by a drawing of Purkyne done in the early 1800s.
"His broken body is the afterimage
of my 21st year," Lorde writes in "Afterimages