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  • Completing step one of their mountain climb, the 2009 New York Yankees hoped for three more eye-burning experiences in the coming weeks.

    One Season

  • While 4Chan -- with its capacity for discovering the most eye-burning pornographic images ever conceived by man -- might be the last website you'd ever think of as a "safe place," the shield of anonymity becomes just that.

    Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Privacy Wars III: The Moot Point [lol]

  • She had even begun wearing perfume, an eye-burning fragrance that brought to mind rose petals soaking in toilet cleaner.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • Even wrapped in oiled burlap, the bombs let off eye-burning dust every time they moved.

    Behemoth

  • The Shaman hadn't expected an offensive move after so much defense; this time he fell hard, and while he was down, Darian lashed him with eye-burning levin-bolts.

    Elephant in the City

  • The levin-bolts arced into his shields with a crack that hurt his ears and an eye-burning light that made his eyes water.

    Elephant in the City

  • Windows/Mac/Linux: If you spend your entire day staring into the pit of an eye-burning LCD, free application F.lux may be right up your alley.

    F.lux Changes Your Screen Brightness By Time Of Day | Lifehacker Australia

  • We dropped it, dunked it and shot pics in rain, snow (Beartooth pass, elevation 10,974 feet) and eye-burning dust -- it never faltered.

    Wired Top Stories

  • They become prematurely like their fathers: stressed-out, trapped in front of an eye-burning screen, ruthlessly targeted as consumers ...

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • They walked into the hot, musty room, filled with the eye-burning fumes of creosote.

    Garden of Beasts

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