Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Zoöl.) The blue-cheeked honeysucker of Australia.

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  • noun zoology The blue-cheeked honeysucker of Australia.
  • noun Fish of the family Pseudomugilidae native to Australia and New Guinea.

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Examples

  • In many populations, for example, the blue-eye gene is completely absent.

    now how's this for some crackpot pseudo-science?

  • No data to back up either the blue-eye theory or the Mitt bet?

    Is Eye Color the Key to the White House? - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • COLLINS: No.No. COHEN: However -- and the doctors I talked to said you can't go in and create a blonde-hair or blue-eye baby.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2008

  • The island has nationally important populations of fish honey blue-eye Pseudomugil mellis (EN) and Oxleyan pygmy perch Nannoperca oxleyana (EN).

    Fraser Island, Australia

  • "You call those blue-eye?" asked Miss Meadowsweet.

    Purple-Eyes

  • The mysterious new teacher has some kind of blue-eye powers and we're not too sure what that is.

    Japanator

  • That's because the brown-eye gene is dominant, and the blue-eye gene is recessive.

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  • They probably inherited recessive blue-eye genes from their parents and passed them on to you.

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  • They probably inherited recessive blue-eye genes from their parents and passed them on to you.

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  • Genetic determinants of hair, eye and skin pigmentation in Europeans odds ratio (20-30 vs. ~5) for OCA2 "blue-eye" markers are vs. the ones which might give some information about hair color.

    Gene Expression

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