EYE


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AcronymDefinition
EYEEarly Years Educator (trade magazine; UK)
EYEEuropean Young Engineers
EYEEpiscopal Youth Event
EYEEuropean Youth Exchange (intercultural education)
EYEEducation and Youth Employment (Export Development Canada program)
EYEEscenarios Y Estrategia (Spanish: Scenarios and Strategy; Red Eye in Latin America; Buenos Aires, Argentina)
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Everything was good, well made, and little worn, but Amy's artistic eyes were much afflicted, especially this winter, when her school dress was a dull purple with yellow dots and no trimming.
In she would come and stand by the table, rubbing her eyes with her apron that was covered with soap-suds.
Grandfather's eyes were not at all like those of an old man; they were bright blue, and had a fresh, frosty sparkle.
Though this sudden and startling movement of the Indian produced no sound from the other, in the surprise her veil also was allowed to open its folds, and betrayed an indescribable look of pity, admiration, and horror, as her dark eye followed the easy motions of the savage.
We could not smell it for its scent is being blown in the other direction, and so I bent my ears and eyes down wind where my nose cannot travel.
The eye of the invalid still retained that vacancy of expression which prevented his son from obtaining any knowledge of the feelings which were passing in his mind; he listened, nothing more.
As gentle as e'er a lady in the land," said Tony, turning his large black eye round the room, and letting it dwell a moment on the beautiful face of Julia--her heart throbbed with tumultuous emotion at the first sound of his voice, and she was highly amused at the ingenuity he had displayed, in paying a characteristic compliment to her gentleness, in this clandestine manner--if he preserves his incognito so ingeniously he will never be detected, thought Julia, and all will be well.
To my left the sea extended as far as the eye could reach, before me only a vague, dim line indicated its further shore, while at my right a mighty river, broad, placid, and majestic, flowed between scarlet banks to empty into the quiet sea before me.
For the Abbey of Saint-Antoine des Champs," answered Fleur-de-Lys, without raising her eyes.
Then, of their own accord, two of the sailors, by the direction of the patron Yves, lowered the sail, in order that that single point upon the surface of the waters should cease to be a guide to the eye of the enemy pursuing them.
When she was not looking at him she felt that he was looking at her shoulders, and she involuntarily caught his eye so that he should look into hers rather than this.
Your Highness," cried the Woggle-Bug, appealing to Ozma, "have I a mind's eye, or haven't I?