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   is an acute fear of   
Opening One's Eyes
Mike Atherton
   wrote the autobiography   
Opening Up
Creation of an Artificial Opening
Most Opening Day Wins (AL)
   is held by   
Walter Johnson
Most Opening Day Wins (NL)
   is held by   
Grover Cleveland Alexander
Opening Statement
   is defined as   
A Statement Made by an Attorney at the Beginning of a Trial
Made before evidence is introduced. Can also be made by a self-represented party
Increasing in Range
Two-envelope Paradox
   states that   
You Are Given Two Indistinguishable Envelopes and You Are Told One Contains Twice As Much Money As the Other. You May Open One Envelope, Examine Its Contents, and Then, Without Opening the Other, Choose Which Envelope to Take
Franc Trkman
Electrical Switches, Accessories for Opening Windows
His invention of electrical switches for electrical hot plates was a hit immediately, and after the Second World War demand was so great he was forced to sell the license.
Black Charlie's Opening
   is found in   
Tasmania, Australia
Opening or Swing Bridge Ahead
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Enlarge an Opening or Hole
"Trash of the Titans"
   featured the chalkboard gag   
"I Will Not Mess With the Opening Credits"
This appeared in place of the couch opening; the rest of the family runs into the classroom
A Pocket Opening Treatment
   is divination by   
Opening Works of Poetry at Random
   is described as   
The Lens Opening
The opening in a camera lens through which light passes to expose the film. The size of aperture is either fixed or adjustable. Aperture size is usually calibrated in f-numbers-the larger the number, the smaller the lens opening.
Automatic Camera
   is described as   
A Camera That Automatically Adjusts the Lens Opening & Shutter Speed
For proper exposure.
   is described as   
A Number That Indicates the Size of the Lens Opening on an Adjustable Camera.
The common f-numbers are f/1.4, f/2, f/2.8, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16, and f/22. The larger the f-number, the smaller the lens opening. In this series. Also called f-stops, they work in conjunction with shutter speeds to indicate exposure settings.
Lens Speed
   is described as   
The Largest Lens Opening (smallest F-number) at Which a Lens Can Be Set
A fast lens transmits more light and has a larger opening than a slow lens.
Selective Focus
   is described as   
Choosing a Lens Opening That Produces a Shallow Depth of Field.
Usually this is used to isolate a subject by causing most other elements in the scene to be blurred.
Stopping Down
   is described as   
Changing the Lens Aperture to a Smaller Opening
For example, from f/8 to f/11.
Brighter Than Creations Dark
The Opening Act
   is described as   
Lens Opening.
Aperture Priority
   is described as   
An Exposure Mode That Lets You Set the Size of the Lens Opening.
Absence of a Normal Body Opening; Occlusion; Closure

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