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“The other one is identified as the Eocarcharia dinops which translates into “fierce-eyed dawn shark.””
“The heavy-browed 40-foot long Eocarcharia dinops, or "fierce-eyed dawn shark," was likely the main predator as its powerful claws and teeth could tear limbs and flesh off its prey.”
“Al – Yamamah was noted for them; and “blue eyed” often means “fierce-eyed,” alluding to the Greeks and”
“The black bull was grazing alone away from the rest, but fierce-eyed hounds followed the cows, four of them, all of one mind, like men.”
“In 1881, the “Grand Old Man” was seventy years old, a straight-backed, fierce-eyed prophet whose iron chin jutted over the high wing collar of a passing generation.”
“As the young reeve walked off, Anji, rather like the fierce-eyed eagles, watched him go.”
“The first was lean, fierce-eyed and battle-hardened.”
“With such speech amid springing tears Aeneas would soothe the wrath of the fiery, fierce-eyed queen She, turning away, kept her looks fixed on the ground and no more changes her countenance as he essays to speak than if she were set in hard flint or Marpesian rock.”
“Behold him, thenceforward, a fierce-eyed man, tall and very lean, with a strut that would have been ludicrous on the stage, a wide-open, slobbering mouth, with portions of a frayed and dangling jaw.”
“For a moment, I wondered how the bearded, fierce-eyed Scorsese of the 70's-the one whom Los Angeles police once mistook for the Hillside Strangler-would have responded to Mr. Leno's idiotic questions.”
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