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- n. Plural form of eye.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eye.
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- n. opinion or judgment
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She suffered his arm about her, his eyes looking deeply into hers -- a close, sweet caress, a union of lips, and her dimmed eyes response.
The shining eyes were all of it that were visible; and if the creature had but chosen to _shut its eyes_ it might have stood there till the morning light, without the least chance of being aimed at.
There is a passage in the Bible which says that judges are not to take gifts; and the reason assigned is, not that if a judge accepts a present he will, with his eyes open, wilfully condemn the innocent or acquit the guilty; but that "a gift _blindeth the eyes_," even "of the wise," so that he is no longer able to see clearly which is the guilty and which the guiltless party.
When an animal is startled, he will stand gazing at the light, and his eyes may be seen shining distinctly: this is called "_shining the eyes_."
He says, _These eyes are not the same_, meaning, that he saw things with _other eyes_, or other _dispositions_.
Rolith said, oh jesus, fine, in the eyes of some people. * rolls eyes* I'm a windows fanboy, trust me, but some of you guys are just ... roadwarrior on 05 Apr 2009 - 04: 42 cheng said,
Tissue around or under both eyes of the patient are discolored (\ "black eye (s) \" or \ "raccoon eyes\").
Your eyes, when they cross, by virtue of the brain will try to focus at a depth of the intersection point of your two eyes*.
~His face was almost unreadable, but when Demi looked in his deep brown eyes she saw a pain that she hadn't seen in anyone else's eyes~
+scaly patches+ round the +ears, eyes, nose and lips+, a +black or bluish semi-circle+ shows itself under the +eyes+, and there is a hollow mark from the corner of the eye in a slanting direction under the cheekbone to the angle of the mouth, which tells its tale.
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