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Aside from style, Google also included an update that normal glasses wearers will appreciate: prescription lenses. Considering prescription glasses can be expensive, Google has teamed up with insurance company Vision Service Provider, the nation’s largest optical healthcare provider, who expanded its coverage to include Google Glass lenses. That won’t save Google Glass users too much money though insurance does not cover the $1,500 cost of the Glass hardware..

An expense is defined as “decrease in economic benefit during the accounting period in the form of outflow or decrease in asset and increase in liability that results in decrease in equity, other than distribution to equity participants”. In simple words, it is an outflow of future economic benefit that decreases equity, other than drawing paid to proprietors and partners or dividend paid to stockholders. In an analytical view, it is the sales after deducting your mark up on the goods or services sold.

Ray Ban Wayfarer sunglassesHow do we love thee Ray Ban? Let’s count the celebrity wearing ways. Starting with Buddy Holly (who wore clear lenses), Ray Ban Wayfarers have defined a kind of chic that, since the ’50s, has earned the moniker of cool. Celebs who can afford anything they like, and sport Wayfarers, include Reese Witherspoon, Rod Stewart, and yup, British royal Kate Middleton..

In the fourth century BCE, large parts of India were united under the emperor Ashoka; he also converted to Buddhism, and it is in his reign that Buddhism first spread to other parts of Asia. It is during the time of the Mauryas that Hinduism first began to take the shape that fundamentally informs the religion down to the present day, though popular or Puranic Hindism is generally dated to around the beginning of the Christian Era. Successor states were more fragmented.

In October 2003, I received from a gentleman in Britain a communication advising me that the information conveyed in the lines above is wholly incorrect. Describing himself as a barrister, a graduate of the University College London (UCL), and as a member of the “Inner Temple”, this gentleman stated that the Inns of Court do not confer degrees, that Gandhi in fact earned his degree from UCL, and that there is no such thing as “enrolling” in a court in Britain. Though with respect to one of these points, namely the fact that the four Inns of Court Gray’s Inn, Inner Temple, Middle Temple, and Lincoln’s Inn do not confer degrees, this gentleman is entirely correct, so long as strict fidelity to empirical facts is the only criterion of what counts as “right” and “wrong”, it does not appear to me to stretch the point to suggest that the brief description offered by myself of Gandhi’s experience with the institutions peddling a law degree, so to speak, can stand as it is..

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