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tv. to tolerate something. (Usually negative.) That’s no good. I won’t wear it.
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In 2015, CDC reported the number and demographics of adult contact lens wearers in the United States to define the population at risk for contact lens--related eye infections (4); however, this estimate did not include adolescents.
The new ARmKeypad Air, however, enables contact-free operation through the movement of a wearer's finger using Augmented Reality (AR) to create the image of a virtual keyboard on the forearm of a wearer.
The owner can't lose it and can't forget it somewhere, which is the assurance the wearer is completely protected, allowing them to feel safe while carrying on with their lifestyle.
Amongst them 7 were previously denture wearers while 11 have never worn a denture.
The Spectacle Wearer of the Year competition gives us the opportunity to prove that glasses are fabulous at any age by celebrating the specs wearers right on our doorstep who wear them with pride and plenty of style.
The report said that the US military wants TALOS to use networking and an onboard computer to give its wearer an enhanced awareness of the situation and action around them, which would be helpful especially during wars.
He said: "In my opinion the combination of blood, DNA and fibres provide extremely persuasive evidence to link the wearer of the grey jacket to the attack itself or to contact with the perpetrator soon afterwards.
Celebrity specs wearer Kara Tointon, will present the Spectacle Wearer of the Year 2011 award.
This improves wearer comfort and makes communication between workers much easier despite its highly effective noise attenuating properties.
Not only does it keep the wearer at acceptable temperatures, but this can lead to a more productive workforce.
Plaud, a forensic psychologist from Whitinsville, is an unapologetic bow tie wearer with more than 100 of them in his closet.
However, this study showed that the sole factor of denture wearing affected the number of Candida species detected as well as total Candida counts, independent of the age of the denture wearer (Figure 2).
Walking and especially running with a conventional backpack put strain on joints and muscles because, with each footfall, the wearer must reverse the downward momentum of both body and load.
With a faux-hawk, the wearer actually thinks he's getting punk cred.
A pink shirt by the designer called Pink from one of the stores called Pink used to be called random by those who thought it made the wearer look really gay.