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  • adj. of, pertaining to, or caused by an eyeopener


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  • Tom Shadyac's nonfiction documentary "I Am" is a powerful, in-depth and eyeopening look into our world.

    Toan Lam: Threads of Compassion Weave Warmth, Gratitude and Life-Changing Lessons

  • As for the voters who have had an eyeopening experience in this primary ... she might want to pray some of them have short memories.

    Hillary Campaign "In The Red"

  • This engrossing and eyeopening emotional family saga spans several generations while bringing an African American perspective to a very painful time in U.S. history.

    Red River: Summary and book reviews of Red River by Lalita Tademy.

  • The list for teenagers was most eyeopening; nothing to do with jeans, but rather reflective of making a graceful transition from child to adult, more simply cut adult's clothing really.

    Beginning Clothes Organization...

  • There's a real eyeopening news story on BBCNews from a reporter in the border region between Peshawar Pakistan and Jalabad Ahghanistan.

    Getting Goods Across Border and Along Afghan Roads

  • Curiously, it also led to an almost identical personal and professional eyeopening.


  • I hope Harry produced some eyeopening moments for the few Americans who stayed up all night watching C-Span, but to see any change in this mess we have allowed Bush to create, the average Americans who went to sleep after the nightly re-run of Everybody Love Raymond will have to stand up and demand their representatives represent them and the America we grew up with, not the nightmare Bush is trying to create.

    Hiding Under the Bed in the Senate

  • Well worth a watch - the last 15 minutes in particular were eyeopening - even for a cynic like me!

    Henry Porter Doc on More4

  • I know that you probabaly think that a lot of what we say is very naive and that is why we are constantly looking for eyeopening posts to place in our Blog.

    The male privilege checklist

  • This time, I was invited to speak at a conference, my hosts offered to subsidize the airfare and the choice presented itself squarely: Break the rules and offer our kids if not a once-in-a-lifetime experience, at least an eyeopening one; or follow the rules, keep life simple and miss out on what educators would label a serious bout of experiential learning.

    NYT > Home Page


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