His is the right eye.”
Reciprocal innervation is apparent in eye movements.
The results are decidedly less cyborg, more side-eye.
Telephone 020 7264 3900 'Fight for Sight is the national charity funding pioneering eye research.
The camera was held at eye level, and promoted direct eye-to-eye contact.
The prosthetic eye is attached to ocular muscles so that it moves in unison with the natural eye.
Eye doctors would tell you that you're going to the eye doctor for your eye health.
"Anyone who knows the history of my injuries knows that I don't have a 'good eye,' but half a good eye.
“You’re also at risk for eye cancer and more immediate structural damage to the retina at the back of the eye.”
The eye perceives points on the horopter as if they were lying on a straight line at a fixed distance from the eye.
…is the development of the eye lens from epidermis under influence of the eye cup, which grows toward the skin from the brain.
New devices and techniques are constantly being introduced, advancing the eye care specialist’s ability to diagnose and treat eye disorders.
When using this technology, called Eye-AF, the camera all but assures that the most important part of a photo, the eye, is always perfectly sharp.
Fast forward five years and she's helping other children at Eye Club (where all the children have one eye) to gain confidence in themselves again.
Among those patients, 49 children, or nearly 23 percent of the cases, had eye symptoms, including conjunctival discharge, eye rubbing and conjunctival congestion.
The camera's Eye AF mode can lock onto a person's eye, helping it keep up with movement even when an eye is obscured by movement or other objects.
Although eye symptoms are less common than other symptoms like cough or fever, various studies have reported that eye complaints can be a sign of Covid-19 infection.
Apotropaic eye, a painting of an eye or eyes used as a symbol to ward off evil, appearing most commonly on Greek black-figured drinking vessels called kylikes (“eye cups”), from the 6th century bc.
Most ophthalmic drugs are local—eye drops to treat glaucoma, steroid-antibacterial mixtures to treat infection, artificial tears for dry-eye syndromes, or mydriatics (drugs causing dilation of the pupil), like atropine, that facilitate refraction and internal examination of the eye.
eye-watering The pace at which a fresh metaphor becomes a tired cliche seems to have increased in recent years; this one saw a huge increase in 2009 – although curiously, while “eye-watering” is only ever applied to money (“eye-watering sums”), its adverbial near relative is more versatile (“an eye-wateringly beautiful woman”, “an eye-wateringly sharp sauvignon” and so on).
- look at
- the organ of sight
- good discernment (either visually or as if visually)
Example: she has an eye for fresh talent
- attention to what is seen
Example: he tried to catch her eye
- an area that is approximately central within some larger region
- a small hole or loop (as in a needle)
Example: the thread wouldn't go through the eye
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eye-watering The pace at which a fresh metaphor becomes a tired cliche seems to have increased in recent years this one saw a huge increase in 2009 – although curiously while eye-watering is only ever applied to money eye-watering sums its adverbial near relative is more versatile an eye-wateringly beautiful woman an eye-wateringly sharp sauvignon and so on