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“He set her down on the rough wooden floor, trying to avoid the eyes of one Ms. Enright.”
“Even though Glind and his accomplices left their homeworld more than a century ago, they are still criminals in the eyes of the Hegemony.”
“The prodigy who had won tens of millions of dollars was, in the eyes of University Medical emergency room, no different from a homeless man who had been wheeled in off the streets.”
“When she tried to pull away, the face altered again, and this time the eyes looking into hers belonged to Peter Hallett.”
“Streaker was a black gelding with a splotch of white on his forehead, as if someone had hit him between the eyes with a snowball.”
“But if you do have space in your brain, you can of course try to store the information that turtledoves are owl-like doves with turtle shells that live by scratching out the eyes of their own young.”
“In July, St. Louis Browns catcher Clint Courtney slid hard into Martin at second base, and Martin tagged him between the eyes with the ball for the third out.”
“In people, while every cell of the human body contains a simple clock,5 the master internal clock is located in the suprachiasmatic nucleus SCN,6 a small cluster of about ten thousand brain cells located at the base of the brain, in the hypothalamus near where two main nerves from the eyes intersect.”
“The position of the sockets of the eyes if horizontal in the white race and inclines obliquely upwards in Mongols; in the latter case the lacrimal caruncle is generally not free, but is covered by a fold that inclines downward in a curve (the Mongolian fold).”
“Philip himself may well have been in on the plan before he arrived on Samothrace and it is probable that he was more interested in practical discussions with Arybbas about countering the Illyrian threat than gazing into the eyes of the teenage Olympias.”
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