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  • noun attributive Assisting with vision.


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  • There was a seeing-eye dog at the side of a tall black man.


  • There was wheelchair bound sister whose seeing-eye dog was sitting close by.

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  • Mr. Budge explained that the hotel won't have to build anything physical to help the cat remain in accordance with the Health Department, which stipulates that live animals are not allowed in food-service areas, except for seeing-eye dogs and fish destined for the menu.

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  • There was a seeing-eye dog at the side of a tall black man.


  • I have no regrets, even if I end up with a seeing-eye dog under my Christmas tree.

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  • Our automatic door opener is one of the newer models, and it has a seeing-eye sensor that prevents it from closing if it observes something under the door, like a small child.

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  • Through the site, she has started driving a blind woman, her seeing-eye dog and a young child to the nearby BART transit station three days a week for $10 a trip.

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  • He knows, for instance, that Petrou - a prominent financial consultant and lecture circuit wise-woman - navigates Washington with a seeing-eye dog.

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  • The only animals he said had any purpose was a watchdog or a seeing-eye dog, and he had no need for either.


  • Ballmer notes how Microsoft's game console has grown since then, most recently with the launch of Kinect a seeing-eye peripheral that lets you control the action by jumping around in front of the Kinect's cameras.

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