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  • n. something that catches the eye


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  • This urban eyecatcher acts, Bennetts says, as "an anchor, mooring a fleet of theatrical buildings".

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  • The climbing wall with 2500 grips is the second highest in the Netherlands and forms the eyecatcher of the otherwise rather straight-forward building.

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  • The wood is a comparative newcomer, preventing the eyecatcher from fulfilling its original landscaping purpose.

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  • The muhly is an eyecatcher in September, but looks pretty drab the rest of the time.

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  • Would like to see what you make out of it - and whatever it will be will be an eyecatcher.

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  • The art of light and shadows, originally uploaded by eyecatcher.

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  • Her playing of keyboards, drums and guitar was superfluous, though that guitar shaped like a rifle was an eyecatcher. rss feed

  • The AM Orbit promises to be a genuine eyecatcher, the focus of TV camera crews at Stratford during the 2012 Games.

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  • Now, we don't know if this is officially licensed Gaga gear or not, and there are plenty of other wild designs to choose from (though this is obviously the eyecatcher of the collection).


  • An eyecatcher at first glance - this calls for a closer look.

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