The updated iPad Mini, which will start at $399 ($599 for cell), gets a retina display as well as better performance.
It is a building block of protein and found in large amounts in the brain, retina, heart, and blood platelets.
What is possibly lovable about the cornea—or the iris or the retina for that matter?
The reality of the retina MacBook is a study in compromises.
It exists in the retina of man and of higher monkeys but it quickly disappears as we pass down the scale of animal life.
But on Kingozi's retina remained the vision of her as she was.
A picture of the rapidly advancing fist is made upon the retina at the back of the eye.
The focus is formed for the first time on the retina itself.
In Figure 80 there are a candle flame, the lens of an eye, and the retina on which the image is being formed.
The image on his retina is not the image of his consciousness.
late 14c., from Medieval Latin retina "the retina," probably from Vulgar Latin (tunica) *retina, literally "net-like tunic," on resemblance to the network of blood vessels at the back of the eye, and ultimately from Latin rete "net" (see reticulate (adj.)). The Vulgar Latin phrase might be Gerard of Cremona's 12c. translation of Arabic (tabaqa) shabakiyyah "netlike (layer)," itself probably a translation of Greek amphiblestroeides (khiton).
retina ret·i·na (rět'n-ə)
n. pl. ret·i·nas or ret·i·nae (rět'n-ē')
The delicate multilayered light-sensitive membrane lining the inner posterior chamber of the eyeball containing the rods and cones and connected by the optic nerve to the brain.