EXTENDING THE IDEAL

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1 ROTARY CLUB CHICAGO Rotary International Legal Services Division - 13SW
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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RI Rotary International Legal Services Division
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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ROTARY Rotary International Legal Services Division
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL ROTARY INTERNATIONAL 1560 SHERMAN AVENUE
EVANSTON IL 60201
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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL Rotary International Legal Services Division
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL Rotary International Legal Services Division
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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ROTARY/ONE Rotary International Legal Services Division - 13SW
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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RYLA Rotary International Legal Services Division
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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SERVICE ABOVE SELF Rotary International Legal Services Division
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston IL 60201
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Technical Examples
  1. A corner cube reflector includes a two-dimensional arrangement of unit elements. The unit elements are arranged at a pitch of 200 ?m or less. As viewed in a direction from which incoming light is coming, each unit element has a peak point and a bottom point. A peak portion, including the peak point, has an excessive portion and/or a missing portion as compared with an ideal peak portion of an ideal corner cube. The level of the peak point is lower than that of the ideal peak point of the ideal corner cube. An average level difference h2 between the level of the bottom point and that of an ideal bottom point of the ideal corner cube is smaller than an average level difference h1 between the level of the peak point and that of the ideal peak point.