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" ... accommodation being perfect. 2. A candidate is disqualified by any imperfection of his colour sense. 3. Strabismus, or any defective action of the exterior muscles of the eyeball, disqualifies a candidate for these branches of service. "
The Errors of accommodation and refraction of the eye and their treatment - Page 209
by Ernest Clarke - 1903 - 225 pages
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The India List and India Office List

1819
...eyeball, disqualifies a candidate for these branches of service. ROYAL INDIAN MARINE, INCLUDING ENGINEERS. 1. A candidate is disqualified if he have an error of refraction in one or both eyes which is not neutralised by a concave or by a convex i D lens, or some lower power. 2. A candidate is disqualified...
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A Handbook of the diseases of the eye and their treatment

Sir Henry Rosborough Swanzy - Eye - 1897 - 318 pages
...Indian Marine Service (lncluding Engineers and Firemen). — 1. A candidate is disqualified if he has an error of refraction in one or both eyes which is not neutralized by a concave, or by a convex one D lens, or some lower power. 2. A candidate is disqualified if he cannot distinguish the primary...
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The India List and India Office List for ...

Great Britain. India Office - India - 1902
...eyeball, disqualifies a candidate for this branch of service. ROYAL INDIAN MARINE, INCLUDING ENGINEERS. i. A candidate is disqualified if he have an error of refraction in one or both eyes which is not neutralised by a concave or by a convex i D lens, or some lower power. a. A candidate is disqualified...
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Ophthalmic Review, Volume 6

Ophthalmology - 1887
...a candidate for the Pilot Service. 53 THE MARINE SERVICE. (Including Engineers and Firemen.] i. — A candidate is disqualified if he have an error of refraction in one or both eyes which is not absolutely neutralised by a concave or convex i D. lens, or some lower power. 2. — A candidate is...
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