The eyes, of myriad facets
, cover three-fourths of the head, permitting the creature to see in all directions at one and the same time.
Eastward, over the blackened ruins of the Albert Terrace and the splintered spire of the church, the sun blazed daz- zling in a clear sky, and here and there some facet
in the great wilderness of roofs caught the light and glared with a white intensity.
Nor could I hope to escape the lightning-like movements or hide from those myriad facet
eyes which covered three-fourths of the hideous head, permitting the creature to see in all directions at one and the same time.
But I have wished, and still wish earnestly, my dear count, that my life should have that last facet
, after all the whimsical exhibitions I have seen myself make during fifty years.
Once more I felt the fascination of a comrade who was forever dazzling one with a fresh and unsuspected facet
of his character.
Something seemed to turn over in his head bringing uppermost a singularly hard, clear facet
of his brain.
In the larger and older jewels every facet
may stand for a bloody deed.
The variations of the superior facets
of the atlas, called the double condylar facet
of the atlas by Saunders (1978:73), is described as "sometimes form[ing] two discrete facets
The SLA receives no shortage of questions about what that means for insurers that might want to cover one or more facets
of the business, and there have been some delays on implementing regulations in some localities.
This joint id formed by articulating of superior facets
of calcaneal bone to calcaneal articular facets
of the talus.
* We do not focus our attention only on a few facets
of life that we like or are most comfortable with.