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- n. Protective eyewear set in a flexible frame to fit snugly against the face.
- n. Plural form of goggle.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of goggle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. tight-fitting spectacles worn to protect the eyes
At last I thought of a method that answered exceedingly well, the hint of which I took from somewhat I had seen with my master when I was at school, which he called goggles, and which he used to tie round his head to screen his eyes in riding.
It provides pet-care advice, background on pet ownership, a fish-doctor service, a photo forum where customers admire one another's fish and aquarium setups and, of course, more pictures of Kenny the Fish -- often shirtless and in goggles -- communing with his merchandise.
Swimmers have known for years that spitting in goggles and smearing it around prevents fogging.
Another thing I love about V Force Profiler thermal goggles is the easy lens change system.
HOWTO make dust-goggles from a bra-strap, light-bulb screens, and an old biker jacket
Draft Writing: the swimming goggles looked like real glasses. the swimming goggles is a colour of white and blue and it has a diamond.
Uh, well, the kid in the goggles is Dominican, so eat it.
Also, the lens flare off the goggles is distracting.
The Golden Bear's wife, Barbara, even chipped in, buying Woody Austin goggles after the oldest player on the team took a plunge into the lake by the 14th hole when losing his balance hitting a shot in Friday's four-balls.
Are we really sure stereoscopics as we can reproduce with photography and goggles is the only stereoscopic there is?
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