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    Glasses or No Glasses?

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    Glasses or No Glasses? “So, glasses or no glasses?” I’m trolling the hallway, nabbing every student I can find. My senior portrait sitting is tomorrow and I can’t decide: Glasses or no glasses? Maybe other people can give me their opinions. “Um, I think glasses,” said one of my neighbors, “but then again, Michael, you should know that I like it more when people wear glasses as a general rule.” “No glasses would be better,” said another. “Glasses, definitely. You

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    Recycling Glasses

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    Essay Recycling Glasses Lovisa Björn When we have outgrown our glasses, we normally recycle them. We can either give them to charity, or we can recycle the physical parts of the glasses. There are positive and negative financial and ecological impacts to recycling glasses. In class, MYP2 students were assigned to write an essay about what is the best way to recycle glasses so we can tell our “imaginary friend” to recycle glasses in a certain way.are two main ways to recycle glasses. T There he first

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    Eyeglasses: A well-focused solution Introduction Do you have an old pair of glasses you’re never going to use again? If you have any thoughts of throwing them away… STOP and read this essay. I believe if you donate your old glasses to charity, people from all over the globe (especially in developing countries) will be able to have a crystal-clear view of their surroundings. Body The reason why you should donate your glasses to charity is because it saves lives, it’s good for the environment and they

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    Memory Glasses Mr. LeHue was being his normal self, babbling on and on about some futuristic television glasses that, in my opinion, would never actually be invented. He was talking about how people who suffer from memory loss would be impacted greatly if these glasses actually worked. I began to drift out of the class and into my own little world where I tried hard to remember all the little errands I had to run and the other miscellaneous chores I had to do that day. "So these glasses have

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    When people are under the influence of alcohol, using glasses in bars wouldn’t be a good idea, it would actually be pretty dangerous. After what happened to their client the bar decided to switch from glasses and glass bottles to polymer ones, which don’t shatter, they are so strong that they are bulletproof. “Doctors want drinks to be served in plastic to stop 'glassing' Up to 300 people a week are believed to be injured when glasses are used as weapons in pub brawls.” (BBC, News, Society, Health)

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    Also, bifocals rid people of the inconvenience caused by having to shift from one pair of glasses to the other. Bifocals also allowed for more types of glasses to be developed. As Benjamin Franklin grew older, his vision worsened. He became both far-sighted and near-sighted and the constant switching of his glasses frustrated him so much that he decided to solve this problem. He invented a pair of glasses that incorporated both lenses into one frame called bifocals. “Bifocals are a type of prescription

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    Prosopagnosia: Seeing the World through Fog-Colored Glasses With impressive consistency, the visual system, along with each accompanying component that in sum total constitutes a person, develops without error. Patterns of input impinge on complex layers of cells, with the resulting neural interpretation allowing us to negotiate the spatial world around us such that we may avoid causing harm to ourselves or to others. Various devices and techniques have been devised to allow those who are not

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    Decorative Glasses

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    Abstract. Glasses have been used as decorative objects in Thailand for several hundred years. Decorative glasses can generally be seen as architectural components in old styled palaces and Buddhist objects. There were various colors ranging from transparent to amber, blue, green and red with different shades among glass of different colors. Fragments of archaeological glass samples were characterized for the first time using Raman microscopy with the aim of obtaining information that would lead to

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    These glasses are very symbolic. They don’t just represent Piggy, but all the boys and how they must survive on the island although they do not realize its importance yet. When Piggy first came to the island, his glasses were spotless and perfect with no damage, just like the boys were. Each one came to the island as someone else and left completely changed. They

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    apple tree? Christopher then brought his hands to his face, and thankfully found that he had only lost his glasses. He wasn't blind after all! Only... where exactly were his glasses? Christopher needed those. Ignoring the gray blob that was still berating him over a measly busted window, the prince got to his knees, and began running his hands across the grassy knoll, in search of his lost glasses. Christopher supposed he must have looked quite silly, fumbling over himself in his semi-blindness, because

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