night effect


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night effect

An effect mainly caused by variations in the state of polarization of reflected waves, which sometimes result in errors in direction finding bearings. The effect is most frequent at nightfall.
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a night effect when you seem to see vague shapes and don't know what reality you may come upon at any time.
There are 12 exterior colours, three roof colours and three roof linings including one with 60 LEDs to give a stars at night effect.
For parties, cloak structural plants in fairy lights, and dot about the garden small candles or tea lights in glass jars to protect them from breezes to create a starry night effect.
Shuker is confident the Friday night effect at Prenton Park can help Rovers pull off a second win of the week against unpredictable mid-table Bradford.
This finding is also in line with previous investigations of our group, which showed an absence of the first night effect in schizophrenic patients with predominantly negative symptoms (Rotenberg et al.
Quite apart from the Last Night effect, attendances were well up on last year.
Moore hopes the Friday night effect can help Rovers sustain the momentum of a strong start to the season when they play host to Bristol City at the weekend.
This Phase III study was conducted in 11 centers in North America using a sleep laboratory model of the first night effect in a new environment combined with a phase advance (advancing subjects' bedtime 2 hours earlier than their normal bedtime) for the purpose of inducing transient insomnia in normal healthy adult volunteers who otherwise have a normal sleep pattern.
One of the most frequent forms of travel-related stress is what we call the `First Night Effect,'" said Roth.
As such, day and night effects can be simulated very subtly.