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The Errors of accommodation and refraction of the eye and their treatment - Page 206
by Ernest Clarke - 1903 - 225 pages
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The India List and India Office List

1819
...feet with each eye without glasses, notwithstanding he can read D=o'6, he will he considered UNFIT. NB — Snellen's test types will be used for determining...either eye, will cause the rejection of a candidate. t Candidates who pass the physical examination will be required to pay a fee of i before being permitted...
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Westminster Hospital Reports, Volume 3

Westminster Hospital - Clinical medicine - 1888
...glasses at any distance he may select, f In the army and in the various other services referred to, squint, inability to distinguish the principal colours,...either eye will cause the rejection of a candidate. Royal Navy, Indian Pilot or Marine Services.—A candidate is disqualified unless both eyes are emmetropic...
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The Illustrated Optical Manual, Or Handbook of Instructions for the Guidance ...

Sir Thomas Longmore - Ophthalmology - 1888 - 239 pages
...both ejcp, without the aid of glasses, at any distance the candidate may select. Squint, inabiliiy to distinguish the principal colours, or any morbid condition, subject to the risk of Hg^ravntion or recurrence in either eye, will cause the rejection of a candidate. Quality of Sight...
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A Handbook of the diseases of the eye and their treatment

Sir Henry Rosborough Swanzy - Eye - 1897 - 318 pages
...and V = T"2 with the other eye, with glasses. Squint, inability to distinguish the principal colors, or any morbid condition, subject to the risk of aggravation...either eye, will cause the rejection of a candidate. The following are taken from Sir Joseph Fayrer's " Regulations as to Defects of Vision," etc. : * *...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 49

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1900
...without glasses, notwithstanding he can read D = O'ti, he will be considered UNFIT. (NB — Snellen'a test types will be used for determining the acuteness...either eye, will cause the rejection of a candidate. . — The following additional points will then be observed : — (a.) That his hearing is good. (b.)...
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Annals of Sandhurst: A Chronicle of the Royal Military College from Its ...

Augustus Ferryman Mockler-Ferryman - Military education - 1900 - 318 pages
...feet) with each eye without glasses, notwithstanding he can read D = o'6, he will be considered UNFIT. (NB — Snellen's test types will be used for determining...to distinguish the principal colours, or any morbid conditions, subject to the risk of aggravation or recurrence in either eye, will cause the rejection...
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Annals of Sandhurst: A Chronicle of the Royal Military College from Its ...

Augustus Ferryman Mockler-Ferryman - Military education - 1900 - 318 pages
...with each eye without glasses, notwithstanding he can read D = O', he will be considered таит. (NB — Snellen's test types will be used for determining...to distinguish the principal colours, or any morbid conditions, subject to the risk of aggravation or recurrence in either eye, will cause the rejection...
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The India List and India Office List for ...

Great Britain. India Office - India - 1902
...will be considered UNFIT. NR — Snellen's test types will be used for determining the acutenessof vision. Squint, inability to distinguish the principal...either eye, will cause the rejection of a candidate. t Candidates who pass the physical examination will be required to pay a fee of f,\ before being permitted...
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The India List and India Office List for ...

Great Britain. India Office - India - 1819
...with each eye without glasses, notwithstanding he can read D = o'6, he will be considered unfit. 4. Squint, inability to distinguish the principal colours,...subject to the risk of aggravation or recurrence in cither eye, will cause the rejection of a candidate. NB — In all other respects, candidates for these...
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