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  • n. a saline liquid, used to administer medication to the eye


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  • Forgotten Items = 4 slip, toeless nylons, eye-drops, disposable razor

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  • Scientists may have discovered a way to give humans enhanced night vision using eye-drops full of chlorophyll - the substance that makes plants green.n the 1990s, marine biologist Ron Douglas of City University London discovered that, unlike other deep-sea fish, the dragonfish Malacosteus niger can perceive red light.

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  • Although I will admit I am hoping they soon discover the eye-drops for X-ray or heat vision.

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  • Steroid eye-drops at the first signs of iritis can prevent blindness.

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  • In using "eye-drops" the head should be held back, and several drops be squeezed from a medicine dropper into the inner corner of the eye.

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  • Laura Bruzzese said she arranged to take him to hospital, where he received painkilling eye-drops before being released. Music briefs

  • Contact lenses laced with Vitamin E that can hold eye-drops for almost 100 scientists. - Business News

  • Andrew's advice to people with contact lenses: take eye-drops and a high beam torch.

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  • In those days we made all our own IV solutions and sterile eye-drops.

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  • The witness has claimed that the 21-year-old singer used some eye-drops just before the performance that made his eyes teary. News Feed


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