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Examples

  • They led down into a small room half full of gardening tools, on the far side of which was a heavy door with a spy-eye in it.

    Minnesota Menage

  • She paces the room, measures the bars and the thickness of the doors, plans traps to capture us as we enter the room — were it not for the spy-eye you installed in the ceiling above the door, we would not have seen the very clever trap that she built from portions of her bed, the covers, and some of the garment hangers in her wardrobe.

    Memory of Fire

  • He had a spy-eye fixed on Chudak and the human ambassador, and a unit in his control console transcribed their words into a written summary.

    DEBTOR'S PLANET

  • He was holding an unfamiliar badge up to the lens of my spy-eye, in a wide hand with short, thick fingers.

    A Hole In Space

  • September's finger continued to point until Ethan spotted the spy-eye in the ceiling.

    Mission to Moulokin

  • Tim Hamner, looking at her through the spy-eye in the door, suddenly remembered that she had given up Penelope too.

    Lucifer's Hammer

  • a spy-eye when Cousin Pete kissed Polly Currier, and guide me to lead a blameless life.

    Missy

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