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Rapid, unconscious eye movements explain a famous optical illusion in which a still image appears to move.
Eye gaze is critically important to humans, as social primates.
Eye gaze is critically important to social primates such as humans.
His eye was torn open and the optical nerve laid bare.
Our political cartoonist casts his eye towards the presidential campaign.
If you roam the sidelines in a college sports arena, consider yourself in the public eye.
Also, if one eye looks cherry-red while the other is much duller, this asymmetry may hint at a blockage in one eye.
When vision fails, it's often the result of damage to the eye caused by an injury or degenerative disease.
Diverse accents and vintage wallpaper draw the eye in the living room.
The eye was too complicated for anything as seemingly accidental as natural selection.
Eye muscle repair is surgery to correct eye muscle problems that cause crossed eyes.
Include tall and low elements throughout the room to keep your eye moving.
About half will give me a somewhat confused nod, not quite making eye contact.
So much of such pigeonholing is in the eye of the beholder.
Officials may have had an eye on annual salary negotiations between unions and employers, which start this month.
However, side effects include darkening of the skin around the eyes and a permanent change in eye color.
Not only is this a beautiful picture but it has so many elements that make it pleasing to the eye.
Some scientists say the human eye can distinguish more shades of green than any other color.
For a history course, you may not be as concerned with eye contact and so forth.
But the law has increasingly been turning a blind eye to the business.
Children run to touch the exhibits and no one bats an eye.
The path and ribbons of pink and bronze draw the eye up the steep backyard embankment.
In the writing process, there is perhaps nothing harder than reading one's own work with a critical eye.
These two industries already have more in common than meets the eye.
And shortstops know a bad bounce can blacken their eye.
Hardin recently had surgery for a malignant tumor behind an eye.
But the breakthrough that made them famous was the ability of computers to plot them in a way that is easy on the eye.
From a cloudless blue sky the resplendent solar disk dazzles the eye.
Implants being developed by two groups fit into a snug berth under the retina of the eye.
Not surprisingly, today's cost-conscious public views college price tags with a wary eye.
To train the espalier, the branches are tied to horizontal wires strung through eye hooks.
The flowers are lovely, too, but its foliage caught my eye first.
Put your paper away for as long as you're able and then read it with a fresh eye.
Similar compounds are also in trials against the eye disease macular degeneration.
The closer the object the more obliquely each eye will perceive that object relative to each other.
Double spacing is harder to read because the eye gets confused with excessive white space.
With a little introspection, you can detect this frequent flexing of your eye muscles as you scan a page, face or scene.
We both have similar eye structures and excellent color vision.
Looking down from the arch, you get a bird's-eye view of the crazy traffic you survived to get here.
We were all keeping an eye on the water for sea otters.
Also, the loss of some atoms for a good cause, which loss is imperceptible to the human eye should not be shocking.
So to avoid any danger she always used to feed on a high cliff near the sea, with her sound eye looking towards the land.
Now the distance from my eye is to be measured, and the problem is again to reduce feet to inches.
The master's eye and foot are the best manure for the field.
Then there are the eye-scanning systems familiar from spy thrillers.
By the hand it unceasingly changes the eye unceasingly changed.
Eye, brain and mouth work as one to greet them as friends, not foes.
The problem for pylons is that they're not really meant to draw the eye.
The involuntary eye movements of nystagmus are caused by abnormal function in the areas of the brain that control eye movements.
There are many types of eye problems and visual disturbances.
Uveitis is swelling and irritation of the uvea, the middle layer of the eye.
In the blink of this horse's eye, the blue sky becomes a counterpoint to its stare.
Visual pigments are found in specialized retinal cells at the back of the eye.
The inside of the eye is lined by three layers of tissue, each critical for normal vision.
The perfect hometown may be in the eye of the beholder.
The glistening celadon green urn creates a cool, eye-catching fountain on a rear terrace.
It combines the thrill of soaring through the air with the aesthetic pleasures of a bird's-eye view.
For easy carving, have the butcher cut the rib-eye muscle from the bones, then tie the meat and bones back together for roasting.
What caught my eye more than anything else was these crazy mushrooms sprouting out of the straw bale garden.
It gives the eye a natural resting place and the feet a destination.
Paint shelves and the wall behind them an eye-catching color to showcase books and accessories.
No longer are you standing outside the rope trying to catch the doorman's eye, waiting hungrily to be admitted.
Acting in a united manner could be challenging, however, when leaders from different sectors don't even see eye to eye.
To the untrained eye, though, the line between the lab scientist and the layman can seem fuzzy.
Vision in his left eye is impaired from physical injury and brain damage, he says.
Red-eye flights are popular with business travelers looking to make a city-to-city jump without losing a workday.
In fact, permanent eye damage can occur from using over-the-counter lenses.
Salmon tartare-eye-catching, fun, hip and tasty-has become a popular menu item in many top restaurants.
Local officials often turn a blind eye to abuses, and when they do act, punishment for the guilty is light.
Skillet-fried chicken requires a slow hand, an experienced eye.
It's an important ceremony for her, slurping and munching with a faraway look in her eye.
It had a box around it, intended to attract the reader's eye.
Her nose was as long as an anteater's, and her wide mouth as jarring to the eye as a raw red scar on her olive skin.
We'd start by going to the newsstand and buying anything that caught our eye.
After all, it's difficult to focus on something held too close to your nose, let alone something projected directly on your eye.
But they require surgery to implant an array of electrodes deep into the eye.
Because laser beams are energetic and focused, they could cause permanent damage to the eye.
One of the researchers' biggest challenges is designing a surgical procedure and implant that won't damage the eye.
The left camera collects information for the left eye, and the right camera for the right eye.
First, these effects could easily be a trick of the eye.
Their results, although preliminary, are eye-opening.
The eye has evolved to conduct two operations simultaneously.
Not surprisingly, the studies that tend to make the grade are those with eye-catching findings.
The farm dogs appeared to be a random mix, but many of them had one pale and one dark eye.
When the eye can take in an image at a glance, that makes one sort of experience.
The entire scorpion would effectively be one big eye.
By comparing the images on both layers, the spider can gauge depth with a single unmoving eye.
Axons that are supposed to grow into the muscle on the eye's inner edge may end up on the outer edge instead.
And humans can get those nutrients from diverse and eye-opening sources.
Making eye contact with someone at their level, instead of always being looked down upon.
Patients who are unconscious and therefore unseeing do not look around to demonstrate eye coordination.
Also discuss the dependency and independency between hair and eye color, and hair and skin color.
The giant eye is connected to a giant brain, a computer of enormous speed and capacity.
In fact, no such illustration exists-the image derives from my mind's eye.
As they proceeded from site to site, they were invited to keep an eye out for angels.
It is the part of the eye responsible for seeing details as well as all sight in the center of your field of vision.
Eye shadow is a perfect way to try out the vibrant, jewel-toned trends seen on the fall runways.
On either side of the snaking single-lane road peat bogs stretch as far as the eye can see.
Those games are all about hand-eye coordination and how quickly can you get them before they get you.
The injury resulted in the loss of sight in one eye.
It's my favorite for this season because it can be used as a bronzer, blush, and even an eye shadow.
Moviegoers tended to watch the often dubious results with one eye closed and a slightly queasy feeling in their stomachs.
On your makeup pages, you can place your eye shadows and face color.
To help keep the eye area decongested and clear, try doing manual lymphatic drainage on yourself.
Given the new craze, it's a pleasure to have artists who are as easy on the eye as on the ear.
Allow the eye to wander into the scene through some entry point.
While that may have been the cause of considerable eye rolling among her critics, she's done quite well.
But from the glint in his eye, it's clear that he isn't exactly disappointed.
He had a natural eye and an innate talent for capturing a moment and composing a picture.
While those around her are busy being zany, she plays it straight, with a deadpan glimmer in the eye.
Eye complaints are common in the emergency department.

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