What is the root of scribble?

What is the root of scribble?

To scribble is to write something quickly and sloppily. The Latin root is scribere, “to write.”

What is your lens?

The lens is composed of transparent, flexible tissue and is located directly behind the iris and the pupil. It is the second part of your eye, after the cornea, that helps to focus light and images on your retina. The lens provides 25-35% of your eye’s focusing power.

How can you see life in different perspectives?

Three tips for changing your perspectiveChange your routine. Take that morning walk the opposite way you normally do. Head out the back door and go left instead of right. Take back your power. Let’s face it. Visualize. Practice visualizing the problem from different perspectives.

What’s another word for lens?

Synonyms for lensglass.contact.meniscus.monocle.optic.spectacles.bifocal.trifocal.

What does Monocle mean?

A monocle is a type of corrective lens used to correct or enhance the visual perception in only one eye. It consists of a circular lens, generally with a wire ring around the circumference that can be attached to a string or wire.

How does Monocle stay?

The galleries on your monocle fit horizontally between your cheekbone and your brow bone (usually right under your eyebrow). The muscles around your eye and the natural tension in your skin put gentle pressure on the galleries; this tension holds your monocle comfortably and securely in place.

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