Stephen Hoogasian, the IMA who is leading the HALOE
investigators paid scant attention to the upper mesosphere; they expected it would contain too little water vapor for their instrument to detect reliably.
Also, glare and haloes can be a problem for habitual night drivers.
These cases typically have easily recognizable nuclear atypia at scanning power, but do not have the irregular nuclear contours or perinuclear haloes of a chromophobe renal cell carcinoma and do not have the classic features of other oncocytic renal cell carcinomas.
For oceans to be maintained in a liquid state by neutrino annihilation, haloes are required of a mass approaching the threshold for gravitational implosion, some 4~7 orders of magnitude larger than the mass of a galaxy cluster.
The internal dynamics of these galaxies is governed by the dominant dark matter haloes they live in, and would be expected to show the presence of dark matter density cusps, an imprint of the collisionless nature of CDM, instead, they seem to be consistent with the presence of large central dark matter cores.
Carlin's decision to depict the haloes as more of a peripheral glow was intentional.
Symptoms including ocular or periocular pain nausea and/or vomiting and an antecedent history of intermittent vision and/or haloes might be seen and conjunctival injection corneal epithelial oedema mid- dilated unreactive pupil and shallow anterior chamber might be observed in ophthalmology consultation.
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ere every day, lately, the women in black, stood in haloes of morning sunlight.
More than Early warning signs of some types of glaucoma include seeing haloes around lights in the early evening, accompanied by a mild headache or ache around the eyeball.
More than than Early warning signs of some types of glaucoma include seeing haloes around lights in the early evening, accompanied by a mild headache or ache around the eyeball.