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No one who was there, or who watched it on television, could escape the memory of what took place before their eyes.
To human eyes, the night sky is a confetti of stars.
The human subjects in these photographs keep their eyes closed.
Their eyes are starting to focus on things, and their hearts and lungs sound all clear.
Ten minutes after that first flash, an unmistakable form draws our eyes directly overhead.
He wrote of dog-headed people who communicated by barking, and people with no heads at all, their eyes in their shoulders.
With the recollection of little things occupying his mind he closed his eyes and leaned back in the car seat.
One, in handwriting eyes and hands focus upon the same thing, the letter in formation.
Moms have always had eyes in the back of their heads.
My advisee came in to the cafe, sat down awkwardly, and looked at me out of the corners of his eyes.
With a hand on each manuscript, eyes darting back and forth, he quickly scans the pages.
It is no longer enough to shield data from prying eyes.
The research was intended to study how the brain controls the eyes.
Eyes and ears stinging, the students continue to sit peacefully.
It is what it is, and new students need to enter with their eyes open to it.
Not because my biology kicked in and forced my eyes closed despite my best efforts.
And then there were the large, bulging eyes, springing from each side of the animal's head.
What you think you know, but don't, could make your eyes cross.
In a clever twist of nature, the sea has eyes in its stars.
Reindeer have a different set of eyes for summer and winter, a new study suggests.
When photographing insects, for instance, it's essential for the eyes to be sharp.
We want to see the world through your eyes, not through photo-editing tools.
Their secret lies in the way their eyes adapt to the underwater environment.
Learn how scientists are studying animal eyes to create new cameras and other high-tech equipment.
The jumble of large gray bodies punctuated by pink eyes and ears made for a compelling image.
Drivers could read directions without taking their eyes from the road.
With nothing to see, many deep-sea fish have no eyes.
Look for fish with bright eyes, shiny skin, and a mild aroma.
Serve them at your next party and watch your guests' eyes light up.
Look for fish that have bright eyes, shiny skin, and a mildly fishy aroma.
However, when the green chiles cooked in the oil, the air was noticeably hotter and almost made my eyes water.
Either book will give you fresh eyes for the really wonderful role your garden plays in the environment at large.
The seasonal differences will astound you, and open your eyes to new possibilities in your own garden.
Look into someone's eyes and you can tell if he is happy or sad, truthful or insincere, sober or drunk.
Even more impressive is the idea of restoring sight to people who have lost their eyes.
They can also be tinted, for people who wish to change the colour of their eyes.
Perhaps an answer can be found in the enduring power of his photographs, which always frame the changing world before his eyes.
He blinks, and his pupils dilate, as a bright light is shone into his blue eyes.
Invigilators warn or disqualify test-takers whose eyes or hands wander in suspicious ways.
Most corridas start then, when the declining sun shines full in the bull's eyes, dazzling him.
It could be a simple matter of not having as many eyes, particularly suspicious fatherly ones, watching over daughters.
His eyes twinkle as he praises the properties of witch-hazel and displays a set of antique razors.
Age has brought him home, and opened his eyes to the beauty of the place.
Unlike other primates, the whites of human eyes contrast sharply with our colored irises and dark pupils.
Excess skin of the eyelid, or prolapsed fat pads underneath the eyes, makes an individual more prone to this sensation.
Our bodies adjust to the cycle of day and night thanks to specialized neurons in our eyes.
Box jellyfish have it over the rest of the jellyfish world-they have true eyes, featuring corneas, lenses and retinas.
Even when you think your eyes are staring, fixed in space, they are actually on the go.
Hey, blond hair and blue eyes are recessive as are red hair and green eyes.
After the operations, my eyes looked cosmetically straight but they were still slightly misaligned.
If someone gets sarcoidosis of the eye, then they have blurry vision or redness of the eyes and pain in the eyes.
In fact, both eyes are exactly the same shade of gray.
Once scorned as nervous tics, certain tiny, unconscious flicks of the eyes now turn out to underpin much of our ability to see.
They have stalked eyes, gills on their legs, and antennae.
When potatoes are cool enough to handle, peel, then cut away any eyes or dark spots.
My nose and my eyes overrule the rational side of my brain.
Except that the spades card is empty and the two jacks are both on the hearts card looking longingly into each other's eyes.
He eyes the wedges of coconut pie, the slices of preternaturally vibrant red velvet cake.
He sets off at a near run across the briny floor until the gleam of a thousand tiny, luminous eyes pulls him up abruptly.
You're lost in the food, lost in your date's eyes.
His hands and jowls were sagging down and he had serious trouble keeping his eyes open.
One morning, eyes widened and steps quickened as the team neared the steam table.
As with many scholars, there's a directness in her eyes that may be a sign of inner focus, or inner distraction.
He had his head down and his eyes closed, but there was a firmness in his face that suggested concentration rather than slumber.
Forests and mountains are too bright to look at with wide-open eyes.
To pretend that it has only one height or rises at only a single distance from where you sit is to deny the evidence of your eyes.
Their eyes and ears take in all sights and sounds hazily, without concentration and with little appreciation.
The act of listening and then snapping binoculars to eyes, fixing a bird in focus in one move, is a learned art.
And all these through her eyes have stopped her ears.
All eyes were on his hand as he wound the toy up to its limit and bent over and set it on the floor.
Given his tendency to close his eyes for long moments when he speaks, this is probably the safest choice.
Social media have given photojournalists a million extra eyes in conflict zones.
Above the wing the sky had deepened to a blue so pure he knew it would bring tears to his eyes if he looked long enough.
People around him noticed his bulging eyes and jaundiced complexion, and the limp caused by unremitting pain.
Foot patrol, in their eyes, had been pretty much discredited.
Digital camouflage wants the eyes' ambient system to see it, register it as unimportant, and send no alarm to the brain.
Soon the fumes wafted up to our position and our eyes began to sting, forcing us to return to our apartment.
They paid dues, rode their horses in parades, and directed traffic at the rodeo where my sister first laid eyes on her cowboy.
The merely blind have the window of their ears, the merely deaf listen through their eyes.
His pale-blue eyes are small and set in a wide, bullish face, and his stare is coldly foxy.
Common side effects include an itching sensation in the eyes and/or eye redness.
The expression in his eyes was baleful, aloof, and slightly suspicious.
Her eyes had faded from cornflower to forget-me-not.
Sugar was cute, but she had a mean, feral look in her eyes.
At night, panther eyes appear to glow from moonlight reflected off an iridescent membrane in the retina.
They have no obvious eyes among their purple spines, but they can still respond to light.
In this model the expression of blue eyes is recessive, you need two copies.
But four days later he realized that when he closed his eyes, all was darkness.
OK, now the cool part: listen to the video again and close your eyes, or look away from the video.
Most people aren't two meters tall, and your eyes are several centimeters below the top of your head.
Electrodes by their eyes picked up the subtle muscle movements.
Our brain continuously constructs our sense of self using information from our eyes, skin and joints.
We can see because neurons in our eyes take in visible light and relay electric signals to the brain.
Its small head was adorned with two long tentacles and two stalked eyes.
At one time he was interested in studying the natural fiber optics in insects' eyes.
While her hair and skin grew back, her eyes remained useless.
These scratches revealed that with both eyes open, the robins flew straight north as they would normally do in the wild.
Both groups have happened upon the same skill, even though their eyes and brains are incredibly different.
Evidently the axons from the eyes were able to find the same parts of the brain that they had been linked to before the surgery.
Another option is that their super-eyes allow them to send and receive secret messages.
Other alternatives include machines that track the movements of the tongue, the head or the eyes.
Anti-inflammatory, protector of astronaut eyes, and excrement of the gods.
Remember that cows have eyes on the sides of their heads.
She felt strange--weak and tender--and her eyes and mouth felt irritated.
The barreleye fish has eyes that gaze upward right through a transparent shield covering its head.
To look at a three-dimensional object in real life, a set of eyes must do two things.
Apple is cool and trendy right now, and that trumps everything else in their eyes.
When delivered to the brain or eyes via gene therapy, the protein sits on the cell membrane and opens when exposed to light.
Some cover their eyes with their hands or turn around so that they can't see the tray.
It could darken your lower eyelids, giving your raccoon eyes.
Her rare moments of ecstasy, when she stands on one leg and glues up her round eyes with filmy eyelids, are stunningly disgusting.
As any poet can tell you, one often sees better with eyes closed than with eyes wide open.
My ears catch less and less of conversations, and my eyes have weakened, though they are still insatiable.
More than once that reading made our eyes meet and drained the color from our faces.
Their eyes stare with such engagement, readiness for action, and propriety as to be almost unbearable.
To the west they have lifted their eyes to see a continent.
By the feeble light of a candle stub, the newcomers can make out hair falling over someone's eyes.
His face was thin and dark, his eyes wide and desperate.
It told, in detail, a fabricated story that departed in major ways from what my own eyes had seen.
Ann was evidently quick to roll her eyes at the conventions of the society around her.
He was able to stand before him, but he could not look him in the eyes, and he turned his face away.
Then they row against the current for as long as they can, hoping to find shelter from the sun and from prying eyes.
Her usual smile was replaced by tightly closed lips, and her bluish-hazel eyes were stormy.
We're seeing a huge trend for colorful lips in varied finishes, and dramatically smoky eyes.
They are astonishing, those eyes: pale and opalescent, with vagrant beams of light glancing from the corneas.
Which is about three times faster than you can blink your eyes.
When it was red, they took the covering off my eyes.
Obviously the other thing that made us go back to him again and again was this wonderful sadness and lost quality in his eyes.
In human beings, brown is the dominant color for eyes.

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