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Chosen Few Iris Candy

As always, my very talented testers have also added their own flair to the pattern and created stunning Iris bags. They have tested out the pattern using different types of fabrics, interfacings, stabilizers, closures and straps . Some have chosen to use readily available chain straps and some have used webbing with pretty accent connectors (not in pattern). A couple of testers have used fancy designer magnetic snap buttons, another chose a half moon clasp and a few used turn locks. Another talented tester has made an adorable grinch bag with light fixtures. Whichever option you go for, the Iris will make a beautiful bag designed for everywhere life takes you.

Chosen Few Iris Candy

Floral varieties, containers, and supplies continue to be limited due to shortages across the industry. With this in mind, we always aim to design your chosen arrangement as close as possible to match the style and feel of both the florals and the vase on our website, but keep in mind substitutions are likely.

The Iris, genus Iridaceae, is the official state cultivated flower. It is an herbaceous perennial of which there are about 170 species, including several North American varieties, the most common of which is the Blue Flag. While there are several different colors among the Iris, and the act naming the iris as the state flower did not name a particular color, by common acceptance the purple iris is considered the state flower.

The Tulip Poplar was designated as an official state tree of Tennessee in 1947. As no state tree had ever before been designated, the adoption of an official tree seemed appropriate. The tulip poplar was chosen "because it grows from one end of the state to the other" and "was extensively used by the pioneers of the state to construct houses, barns, and other necessary farm buildings."

If the family is of Cantonese origin, they give red (for loved ones over 80) or white envelopes containing candy and coins to their guests. Leave the bad luck at the funeral, and bring good luck home. In Chinese culture, red is the color of good luck, and the coin represents fortune. Before guests arrive home, they should eat the candy and spend the coin to seal their luck.

Nuclear sclerotic cataractsNSCs are the most common type of cataract and many consider them to be a normal maturation of the lens. Over time, the lens becomes larger and brunescent (yellow or brown) especially in the denser central nucleus. If this process goes on long enough the opacity eventually leads to visual obstruction and problems with glare. The lens can become so big that it pushes the iris forward, placing the patient at increased risk for angle closure glaucoma.

3. CapsulorhexisTo get the lens out you need to tear a hole in the anterior capsule (hard candy shell) of the lens. This step is important to get right, because if the rhexis is too small, it will make cortex and nucleus removal harder. Also, the outer capsule you are tearing is finicky and can tear incorrectly, with a rip extending radially outwards to the equator (not good). If you lose your capsule, you can lose pieces of lens into the back of the eye. Poor capsular support also makes implant placement that much harder.

8. How can a cataract cause glaucoma? Many cataracts are large, and this can push the iris forward and predispose to angle closure glaucoma. Also, end-stage cataracts can leak proteins into the aqueous and the resulting inflammatory cells (macrophages) can clog the trabecular meshwork.

Following a disasterous cataract surgery. (Eyeball filled with debris that required vitrectomy that led to CME) I eventually developed an elliptical iris that allows light to leak past the lens implant and being unfocussed produces haloes and glare. Is this a common complication? The article is good and I liked the style. C. Allan Young

hi, My mother inlaw had cataract surgery and during surgery her iris slipped out,had a small tear,fixed they said .This is only happened yesterday.Today she is not seeing that well,I told her to give it a few days since she had the toric lens.I had never heard of the iris slipping out.What is your take on this. Thank you

For the second time, an audible laugh caught me by surprise. The sound of the train gathering itself as it lurched out of Station covered the noise. The stench of the lavatory behind us was why nobody had chosen this pair of seats, but I could shut off that band of nasal receptors.

Physically, most Smartphones are flat, candy-bar-style phones, but some are clamshell-style flip phones. They have large color displays, and while some have standard 3-by-4 number pads, others feature full QWERTY keyboards. Some of the new Smartphones have both a standard number pad and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The Motorola Q on which we installed Mobile Speak Smartphone has a QWERTY-style keyboard, and the Cingular 2125 on which we will install Smart Hal for our next article has a number pad-style button configuration.

The Q is a thin, candy-bar-style phone measuring 4.6 by 2.5 by 0.45 inches and weighing 4.1 ounces. It has a large 2.5-inch color display measured diagonally. Just below the display screen are two long buttons that are called "soft keys" because their functions change, depending on the icon displayed above each of them on the screen. Below these keys, moving from left to right, are the Send/Call key; a Home key; a five-way Navigation button with an OK, or Enter, button in the middle; the Undo/Back key; and the End key. Below those keys is a full QWERTY keyboard with 35 keys. The 3-by-4 dialing pad is actually embedded within those keys, with the 1, 2, and 3 digits on the W, E, and R keys, respectively. The 4, 5, and 6 digits are just below on the S, D and F keys, and the 7, 8, and 9 digits are one row below on the Z, X, and C keys. The 0 digit is on the key just below the X; the star (*) key is on the A; and the pound (#) key is on the G. There is a nib on the D, or 5, key, to orient users to the embedded number pad for dialing.

Mobile Speak Smartphone does not have a specific command to read the type of ringer that is set on your phone, but you can use Mobile Speak Smartphone to change from a regular ring or a vibrating alert. From the Today screen, you press the left soft key to go to the start menu and scroll to Settings and then Profiles. Then you press the right soft key to go to the menu and choose Edit. In the dialogue box that appears, there is a control to choose from several types of rings, such as silent, single ring, or ascending ring, and one of the choices is vibrating alert. You can also use this method to check to see what type of ring alert is currently chosen. The settings dialogue box also has a control for sounds, and you can go there to choose from a list of various ring tones. 041b061a72


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