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  • v  look at
  • a  having an eye or eyes or eyelike feature especially as specified; often used in combination
    a peacock's eyed feathers

  • Only one issue was at stake when some 2,000,000 button-eyed Filipinos went to the polls last week to elect a President: By how big a majority would they return frail, dapper .
  • Mounted on a prancing ass, and with an embroidered velvet chieftain's robe worn like a chasuble over his Italian army uniform, bug-eyed Haile Selassie Gugsa, traitorous son-in .
  • Three years ago, Clint Eastwoodan unshaven, slit-eyed refugee from television's Rawhidewas glad to get an invitation from Italian Director Sergio Leone to star in a hokey.
News & Articles

  • David Clyde, franchise savior and cautionary tale
    HUMBLE, Texas (AP) — David Clyde vaguely remembers the hula girls and the giant papier-mache giraffe, but not the two lion cubs. The spectacle had all the makings of a flop, but 6-1, 190-pound, blue-eyed, curly-haired left-hander Clyde did not disappoint the first home sellout crowd in Rangers history. True, he thrilled everyone in his big league debut, especially cash-strapped Rangers owner Bob ...
    June 30, 2013 - San Antonio Express-News
  • Heights graduate's pro boxing career off to quick start
    A year ago, Ivan Najera was a little-known, wide-eyed amateur preparing for his pro debut at an out-of-the-way venue. Today he's an undefeated professional backed by a big-name promoter, getting ready to fight on national television. The 2011 Alamo Heights graduate has been doing exactly that during his brief pro career, fashioning a 6-0 record with five knockouts. Najera is scheduled to take on ...
    June 30, 2013 - San Antonio Express-News

  • President Bush in Forbes
    Judge Mukasey is clear-eyed about the threat our nation faces,Bush said.
  • Barack Obama in Reuters South Africa
    Obama said the race discussion took a divisive turn when it was implied "my candidacy is somehow an exercise in affirmative action; that it's based solely on the desire of wide-eyed liberals to purchase racial reconciliation on the cheap."
  • Paul Pierce in USA Today
    We could have easily ended up in that zone with NBA-record losing streaks,Pierce said. "We definitely eyed this game. Milwaukee had a lot of pieces missing, so we wanted to take advantage of that."

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