- n. Plural form of visor.
“The paintings had been bulk purchased at Wal-Mart and were one aesthetic level above black-velvet depictions of bulldogs in visors playing poker.”
“Stay off the beach - it's littered with useless McCain visors. all the news that's fit to omit”
“Palmer, a former infantry officer with 35 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, now works in the army's Directorate of Land Requirements unit that develops equipment for foot soldiers -- everything from boots to helmets and all the gee-whiz stuff such as visors with jet fighter-style heads-up displays and holographic gun sights.”
“They also plan to keep making sun visors, even if there's not much new there.”
“Touring the huge display area was like a carhead's deja vu, with familiar bits on kiosks everywhere—a BMW navigation system here, a Chevrolet center stack there, and yes, a whole bunch of sun visors.”
“Motorcycle helmets are consciously made attractive and a pleasure to own without compromising the basics and at the same time with added features like the cell phone attachments, scratch proof visors, form-hugging shapes and comfortable padding from within.”
“Patients with tougher cases of winter blues, may benefit from light therapy sessions, which can be done easily at home, office or on the road, with specialized light boxes, lamps and even wearable visors.”
“Since we all have broken out our green visors and fired up TurboTax this time of year, we can now turn our attention to the economics of wine under $20 again.”
“The men look very different now without their black uniforms and black helmets with drop-down visors.”
“Givenchy Givenchy resort collection 2012 The sporty theme showed up in everything from deconstructed cropped knit sweatshirts to a necklace inspired by a surfer keychain to the visors the models wore.”
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