EYES


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EYESEarly Years Easy Screen (article)
EYESEthiopian Youth Educational Support (African Children's Educational Trust)
EYESEducating Youth in Engineering and Science (Canada)
EYESEncourage Young Engineering Students (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
EYESEdinburgh Yield Estimator Sampling (software; University of Edinburgh; UK)
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He wiped the blood from his eyes, caught sight of me, and roared with fury.
Cocky, staring at the open door, was in just the stage of determining whether or not he should more closely inspect that crack of exit to the wider world, which inspection, in turn, would determine whether or not he should venture out through the crack, when his eyes beheld the eyes of the second discoverer staring in.
The fact that he had but one eye, and that the left eye, might account for this.
But if his eyes were broad as the lens of Herschel's great telescope; and his ears capacious as the porches of cathedrals; would that make him any longer of sight, or sharper of hearing?
The old man closed his eyes eagerly, thereby intimating that such was his wish.
But you are not so roundabout, Little Eyes, that I don't notice your answering for Pubsey and Co.
What difference does it make to you if I am here when your eyes are closed
Together the two walked to where Korak lay, his eyes wide with wonder and filled with a pathetic appeal for forgiveness, and, mayhap, a glad thankfulness for the miracle that had brought these two of all others to his side.
It may so happen, that I can yet draw the eyes of a Sioux from this spot and give you time and room to fly.
While saying this he never removed his smiling eyes from her face, her neck, and her bare arms.
There were always numbers of men who stood on the sidewalk outside, and he could pull his cap down over his eyes and screen himself behind some one's shoulder so that she should not see him.
It opens the lungs, washes the countenance, exercises the eyes, and softens down the temper,' said Mr.