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  • adj. Having square eyes; having watched too much television, etc.

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Examples

  • There's no need to wait for the new series of The Only Way Is Essex, as this week's telly is going under like a square-eyed badger.

    It's a good week for … Going under

  • In five seconds, I was staring square-eyed down the barrel of his pistol.

    Magic City

  • Every week our square-eyed reporters take a look at what's on TV - the highlights and the lowlights - and pick what they think you should watch or avoid.

    getreading - Reading Post - RSS feed

  • Thanks to the show's "real-time" format, 24 episodes are well-suited to being watched on DVD: some square-eyed fans sit through a whole series in 24 hours, or watch the DVDs at 24-themed parties.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • As in "Andy Roid," the RoboThespian, a square-eyed and straight-up kind of animatronic robot who, come June 13, will greet visitors to the Carnegie Science Center's new $3.5 million exhibition, roboworld.

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  • We Love Telly's features sub has put in years of square-eyed dedication as a TV writer, film previewer and tellysubby.

    Mirror.co.uk - News

  • Sure, there had been other gaming systems in my life before 1990 - such as the sexy slimline Atari 2600Jr, the adorably clunky Commodore 64, the introverted but sweet Intel 286 PC and my best friend's alluring NES - but it was Nintendo's Game Boy which made me into the hopeless, square-eyed gaming junkie I am today.

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  • On Monday night, an army of square-eyed Foxtel IQ owners demonstrated the value of their unique sporting addiction, when they reported a cricket error by the umpire to Foxtel headquarters.

    PC Authority

  • If you want to know whats being going on over the past few years, rather than go all square-eyed trying to catch up via this site, click over to Amazon and grab a copy of the book’.

    Welcome Times Online Readers. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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