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Descriptions of symptoms included coughing, burningeyes, burning throat, congestion, and difficulty in breathing.
Is your data being read by pryingeyes?
Maureen Dowd quotes the recovering toe sucker's explanation for why the president might have a wanderingeye: ".Let's assume, O.K., that his sexual relationship with Hillary is not all it's supposed to be, let's assume that some of the allegations that Hillary--sometimes not necessarily being into regular sex with men--might be true."
Postoperative care Postoperative treatment of all treatedeyes included daily application of combined tobramycin (0.3%), dexamethasone (0.1%) ointment (Alcon Ft Worth, TX) until reepithelisation was complete.
Illustrating the charge that Dole and Gingrich voted against vaccines is a soulful child with big, staringeyes--an image right out of a Walter Keene painting.
The article revealed that the director of the Brooklyn Museum, Arnold Lehman, granted the owner of "Sensation" 's artworks, Charles Saatchi, an astonishing level of control over the show's budget and layout; that Saatchi is now claiming that money seemingly donated was actually a loan; and that Lehman probably lied to the press as well as to potential donors about exactly how much money Saatchi had contributed and whether Lehman had personally laideyes on the "Sensation" show when it was in London.
you staring out from those bulgingeyes asking frankly for my sympathy, yet timid, apologetic, only doing your job-- my familiar flying through rising fumes to drag me from my car.
With dartingeyes and barely repressed rage, he alleged that administration secret police keep files on him.
He kept his head down and avoidedeye contact.
Infants born with LCA have very little if any existing vision and usually develop unusual rovingeye movements.
Gain and holdeye contact.
Paraffin embeddedeyes were sagitally sectioned at 5 μm while plastic embedded eyes were sagitally sectioned at 1.5 μm thickness.
Firá is a shopper’s paradise, a series of narrow alleys where you can wander free from the fear of traffic, although do keepeyes and ears open for donkeys.
As can be imagined, the process usually ended up with soot-filledeyes, burnt hands and even singed eyebrows.
His clever Ballet Mécanique --an influential little non-narrative film he made in 1924 (MoMA has it on a continuous reel)--intercuts dancing pistons and kitchenware with blinkingeyes and a mouth that opens and closes rhythmically.
The soldiers reach the Iraqi as he's hemorrhaging, a look of wonder in his dyingeyes.
Weareye protection while using powertools.
For a man of his intelligence and lifelong habit of writing, such a slip of the pen--or tongue--readily suggests to a psychoanalytically trainedeye or ear an ambivalence, if not a mental conflict, about the denial.
Eyes narrowed, concentration absolute, this Hattie McDaniel of the hops watches the line with an unwaveringeye.
Electron microscopy To assess developmental stages and to check for cell death, we studiedeyes from three or more B6 mice at P10, 14, 18, 21, 35, and P60; from 2 DBA/2J and 2 SB/LE mice at 4 weeks of age; and from at least two 7 to 9 week old DBA/2J, BALB/cJ, 129P3/J, 129SvEvTac, 129B6F1 and 129BS mice.
Cells of the periocular mesenchyme migrate into the developingeye and differentiate into various anterior segment structures including components of the ciliary body, the TM, iris stroma, corneal endothelium and corneal stroma.
And Siegel, in his Siegelesque fashion, can't bring himself to give her credit for her insight, even though that she was practically the only critic to praise the film: "Not a single critic, not even those few who claimed to likeEyes Wide Shut , made any attempt to understand the film on its own artistic terms."
It has large, round, broadly spacedeyes full of sweetness; well rounded whisker pads and a short nose with a gentle curve in profile.
Over your forehead, towards your peacefully sleepingeyes.
The tunnelling mud crab has a squarish back and two short stalkedeyes, and is brownish in colour.
Antiglare screens fit over you computers moniter and help to eliminate screen glare and improves screen contrast to reduceeye discomfort and strain.
Each study commenced with a sham scan in order to acclimatize the subject to scanning procedure which was followed by two resting cerebral blood flow scans during which the subject maintainedeye closure.
Love her smilingeyes.
Eyes:: Safety eyewear with splash guards or side shields to preventeye contact complying with AS/NZS 1337:1992.
SOLD NZ$700 "Shooting star, shiningeye, wishful dreams fruitful are."
birthweight, other weights, scannedeye muscle area etc.)
Have you filmedEye of the Storm yet?
However, the chocolate-faced god is quite gaily decorated in hues of red, yellow, and blue, and his round, white-circledeyes look more startled than fierce.
As Vyvyan lubricates Tim's alabaster muscles, he exclaims, "What entrancingeyes!
A tightly wrapped head, with encapsulatedeyes, nose, and mouth, doubtless suited the publicly shrouded female of antiquity, whose intelligence flowered wholly unseen.
Most people's eyes are a mosaic of colours, and past efforts at changingeye colour with contact lenses have often resulted in a slightly artificial or monotone appearance.
NR1 expression is not altered in the dark-reared visual cortex [ 24, 25] but contrarily, an intraocular injection of tetrodotoxin (TTX) does increase NR1-antibody binding in layer IV of the cortical column driven by the blockedeye [ 41].
Most dissectedeyes had a small white nub of tissue over the scleral foramen.
It has bright lolly-pink flower petals which have a tinge of mauve and surround a dark-centeredeye and a pink stamen centre piece.
They are emperors with a discerningeye.
A rare species exists, Cyclograpsus whitei, which looks the same, but does not have the carvedeye sockets.
Timu turned baffledeyes towards the Hapuoneone, but Aweko answered before Timu could reply.
After a bout of jealous banter, the doctor declares a smug faith in his wife's fidelity, whereupon Alice--who has been smoking dope and quietly simmering--wallops him with the news that she once came this close to abandoning him and the couple's daughter for a soldier she lockedeyes with at a resort hotel.
Only Linda Nochlin (whose contribution to the catalog of the Chicago show is an overview of Impressionist portraiture with almost nothing on Renoir) used the Art in America occasion to say something serious and illuminating about Renoir's art, noting that Renoir's men--in such idylls as Luncheon of the Boating Party (1881) and Dance at Bougival (1883) (both great paintings, which blur the distinction between portrait and genre painting, are in the Chicago show)--offer a masculine ideal counter to the male predators and businessmen of Degas and Manet: "Tough and tender at once," these men "are luscious, peachy-skinned and downy-haired, with heavy-liddedeyes and yearning red mouths."
In a panel situation address your reply to the person who has asked the question, however leteyes/gestures take in the whole panel.
Carefully cut/drill a hole (6 mm) in the helmet above the right or lefteye.
Our World Retina Day strategy is to leadeye doctors to Retina New Zealand's website so that they and their receptionist are encouraged to print off information for patients.
The TM technique has been described as a simple mental procedure practiced for 15 min twice a day while sitting comfortably with eyesclosed [ 34 ] .
They wanted an eyecatching logo that encapsulated their desired aesthetic of a lively and happening place.
Keep an eyepeeled on the right side of the road for the delectable modernista pastry shop, Escribà (Antiga Casa Figueres), its fanciful swirls on the outside a match for the delicacies within.
Height was measured, to the nearest 0.5 cm, without shoes, back square against the wall tape, eyeslooking straight ahead (visual axis is horizontal when the top of external auditory meat us is level with the inferior margin of bony orbit), with a right-angles triangle resting of the scalp and against the wall.
Both the politically left and the right wanted Italy to join the European race for colonies — their eyesfixed on Ethiopia and Libya.
(And it's good cover when your eyesglaze over during discussions of SQL servers.)
"I'd love some," the president drawled, his eyeswidening with desire, "but let me finish up here talking about highway appropriations with Sen.
he asks, at which point the children's eyesturn black and they scream, "No, it's a joke!
I know I jumped up and down a lot but I think most of the time I had my eyesshut.
Small box of Tide.My eyes closed over The Burden of the Past by W. J. Bateand my eyesopened, hot room smell of soap and hot fabric,and my father's shirt was dark pink, like a heart.But my eyes closed, after the hours in the sun andbuying the stuff for sandwiches for everybody andmaking sure Nick and the girls didn't really hurt the seagullsand after Asa felt sick at lunch and after the humid tennisso my eyes closed.
One D2 eyeexamined histologically was excluded from the study because of the complicating presence of a large corneal ulcer accompanied by severe intraocular inflammation; this eye had a very severe retinal phenotype and severe optic nerve damage.
It is a seer's eyemoving lordly through the bar,over all of us its rapture cool, so otherworldly,who here can deny that hidden craving is abroad,and that the cure lies in the body spread before usthat the eye alone is shrewd enough to read.
The best way to catch the president's eyeseems to be to show skin.
Evie McEuen's melancholy brown eyesstared out the window.
An instant later his eyessnap open.
He'd stare so long that his eyeswatered up, blurring the dent.
An equal group of rabbit eyesreceived conventional PTK of the same depth and treatment zone and served as control.
No sooner had the old bruised eyesbegan to fade when they were quickly replaced with two newer versions.
And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyesshall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.
Trinity's eyesflutter as information surges into her brain, all the essentials of flying a helicopter absorbed at light-speed.
Inside, as your eyesadjust to the dim light, you will see mesmerizing rows of columns extending into the shadows in every direction.
"The radio was carrying La Bohème ," he recounted, "and I suddenly found my eyesfilling with tears.
I remember my eyesopening in alarm as this thing slashed across my ribs.
Her eyesfollowed it up and down, up and down.
My eyeshurt and they're blurry."
A few weeks later at the office, their eyesmet.
According to legend, Juno set a creature with a hundred eyescalled Argus to watch over a white heifer; Juno guessed that this heifer was the form into which her husband Jupiter had turned one of his illicit lovers, the nymph Io.
Eyesgleaming he said, "It is a Cheetah!".
He prescribed Timoptol eyedrops to treat glaucoma.
"Ah, the son of Daniel Bell and Pearl Kazin," she says, her great eyesshining sternly.
Monica Lewinsky took such obvious delight in regaling us with details of her encounters with her sexual soulmate--her wide eyescrinkling happily, her full mouth struggling vainly against a triumphant grin at the impressive number of times he called--you felt you'd wandered into Lord of the Flies, the female version .
Hardly ego-singletrack, and when the trail gets rough and cuts into an increasingly steep slope, it's hard not to imagine the worst as your eyeswander off the edge.
Ray can't decide if he came up through a hatch or slid silently up the ramp while little eyesscanned the stars.
Siegfried sniffles as his eyesrefocus on the Autobahn.
On the video of her Houston Cenerentola , from 1995, her eyespop out, her dimples deepen, her chin recedes unflatteringly against her neck, her head springs forward and back from her shoulders as if she were doing the Funky Chicken.
Sir Charles Wheatstone showed in 1838 that if two different perspective images were observed through a stereoscope so that each eyeobserved only one view, a startlingly realistic three-dimensional image occurred.
Dry eyeoccurs when tear quality is poor or not enough tears are available to protect the eye's surface.
As a precautionary measure I consulted the menu, and there my eyefell on the vermicelles .
Eyesnarrowed, concentration absolute, this Hattie McDaniel of the hops watches the line with an unwavering eye.
The years seem to melt from Mandela's creased face and his eyeslight up .
In one dance, the women form a circle, moving in small steps, their eyescast down, while the men perform high kicks, sticking to the outside.
Dr B arranged regular reviews and check-ups for Mr A while his eyehealed.
My eyesflicker between screens close and far, making me wonder whether I'll need bifocals.
They needed to have their eyesdirected to His Divine Person, His merits, and His changeless love for the human family.
You'll spend the whole trip with your eyesglued to the road and occasionally your rearview mirror, in which a caravan of Italian drivers will be tailgating you.